Beauty as a Myth encircled in the psyche of the characters in Virginia Woolf’s Jacob’s Room
Soundarya KR, Dr. Shanthichitra K
Beauty had been continually haunting women since centuries and it has its own impact on the social structure of women. Women had their lives under the beauty myth and had connected them to the rituals of the religious world. The market had continually attacked women through the means of lotions and creams in the magazines and the women are ever kept in a guilty set up. This created hype to beauty and women are the victims in the patriarchal set up. The modern men and women are continually into the same issue and are as well sexually affected in their personal lives. This paper is an account of the work of Virginia Woolf, Jacobs’ Room along with Naomi Wolf’s The Beauty Myth.