The Essays of Virginia Woolf, Vol. 5 1929-1932

by Virginia Woolf, Stuart Clarke

Spanning the years in which Virginia Woolf penned her classic novel The Waves and worked on Flush, the nonfiction pieces in this fifth volume provide further insight into Woolf’s creative genius and showcase her supreme stylistic capability.

  • Format: Paperback
  • ISBN-13/ EAN: 9780547385341
  • ISBN-10: 054738534X
  • Pages: 742
  • Publication Date: 05/25/2010
  • Carton Quantity: 24
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    Spanning the years in which Virginia Woolf penned her classic novel The Waves and worked on Flush, the nonfiction pieces in this fifth volume provide further insight into Woolf’s creative genius and showcase her supreme stylistic capability. The far-ranging essays and criticism collected here include ruminations on the romantic and literary lives of William Cowper and Christina Rossetti and an introduction to memoirs by the Women’s Cooperative Guild that reveals Woolf’s signature feminism. This collection also includes the entirety of The Common Reader: Second Series, the sequel to The Common Reader

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