Modern Science-Fiction in Britain started in the early 20th century. The modernism is the name of Europe movement that predominated to the art and cultural since 1890 -1930. It has captivated a lot of people from the time it started up to this point. It has certain aspects that attract people, such as war, love or relationships, social class, communication, political commentary. These stories contained solutions to modern problems at that time, such as, the two world wars and how they affected people, both positively and negatively. They also made good points that helped to improve the conditions Britain was facing at that time. The use of innovative forms of narrative is one of the aspects that made these stories modern. Some of the writers that made use of this aspect are, James Joyce and Virginia Woolf. These writers define what we understand as modernism in fiction. They defined as ability to stimulate thinking to social and culture questions. They are trying to describe the whole pictures of society in the novels. Some of the innovations they have used include the use of internal monologue, as well as the exploration of certain themes such as alienation and paralysis. Much of what modern writers wanted to do was to challenge the status quo. Also, Modernism as a literary movement is a reaction to the emergence of city life as a central force in society. Modernist wanted to establish a new styles and forms, which move away of the old one. They confirm of impression and personality and they include point of view, clear to the scene. Also, they issue the nature, status and rules. In modern literature refused the realism and traditional by the narrative, they focus on the fiction of the novels and close ending. Accordingly, the narratives in the modernism lie to create a great novel all the time.
Virginia Woolf described the British modernist movement by used technique to make good stories; her technique is formulating the meaning. In her novels she tries to clarity all things. She shows connection between past and future experience. One of the most important to novels by her is Mrs. Dalloway. She describes more aspects of this novel. In Mrs. Dalloway she questioned the nature of love or relationships and negative presentation of the war. She discusses the character's feeling. She tries to clear the whole picture in this novel. Also, she tries to writing the questions and solutions. Moreover, she is the first described the British modernist movement. She tries to connect with her novel to touch his mind and soul of reader because she thinks it is not just a good dialogue or event but it is something more than it. On the other hand, she writes the realism with imagination to the reader find the truth and the meaning she wants to the reader's mind.
In Mrs. Dalloway, Clarissa Dalloway finds herself questioning the nature of love between her daughter and husband's daughter, also between herself and Peter. She ask herself what is the real love and she confused because see Peter again. Therefore, she ask herself about her marriage is true or not? She marries her husband out of a need to feel secure and without love but now she needs that. On other way, it has a flashback when she remembers her relationship with Peter and compare with her relationship with her husband. This is appearing the state in the 20th century; whole relationships are focused on the wealth and social standing even when they lose their loves or relationships. In addition, the larger modernist focused on the nature of social norms. Also, love or relationships is aspect of the modernist. Most of narrators write about that and try to found the solution to come back to love or relationships and remove the wealth or social class.
Septimus is a character veteran of the Great War. He suffered during the war. This example in Mrs. Dalloway includes the negative presentation of war. It is show the...