Sexuality in The Hours

4 April 2015
A look at the theme of sexuality in Michael Cunningham’s contemporary novel, The Hours.

This essay is an exploration of the role that sexuality plays in Michael Cunningham’s contemporary novel, “The Hours.” The author examines the modern-day remake of a Virginia Woolf’s classic, The Hours and its theme of sexuality and how sexuality is expressed in today’s society.
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