"One might think, from the heaps of books, that the bones of Bloomsbury had been by now well and truly disinterred...But one would be wrong, for Moments of Being is a real delight" -- Jan Marsh Daily Telegraph "Of fascinating importance, because they are Virginia's only known autobiographical writings" -- John Lehmann Sunday Telegraph "The book must appeal to anyone interested in Virginia Woolf and her circle" -- Derek Parker The Times "Her manner of recall contains all those surprises and felicities of language we have come to expect when she writes, as it were, with her elbows on the table" -- Richard Shone Spectator --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.
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A complex and many layered memoir that helps explain why Virginia Woolf became such a sensitive and highly talented writer.Published 14 months ago by Sherry Marders
bought on Feb. 2 and chose two-day delivery, yet somehow it's still not shipped! i bought this as a GIFT for my best friend's birthday. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Lu
I liked this, not so much the first part of the memoir, but the other sections were better. It made Virginia more of a real person to me.Published 19 months ago by Deborah M. Rodriguez
Because I like reading about real people and Virginia Woolf is very real in her writing whether its about herself or fiction.Published on March 1, 2013 by Amazon Customer
Moments of Being is a collection of five autobiographical essays by Virginia Woolf, not intended for publication. Read morePublished on January 25, 2013 by K. Wilkins