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Woolf, witches and wives: Coming of age through archetype

“We know what we are but know not what we may be.” Ophelia says this in Act 4 Scene 5 of William Shakespeare’s “Hamlet,” which is arguably the most recognized Shakespeare play in all of literary history (with perhaps “Romeo and Juliet” for competition). She says this in the midst of her bout of madness,…
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