A reading of Browne induces us to approach a novel which recaptures Browne's attitude, themes, and style in so many ways with a willingness to remain suspended between beliefs. Orlando, to the extent that it resembles Browne's writings, combats a literal-minded, end-seeking, purposeful reading.
Caughie, Pamela L. "Sir Thomas Browne and Orlando." Virginia Woolf Miscellany 25.0736-251 (1985): 4-.
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