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Fans of the wonderful Tilda Swinton movie will be reassured at its fidelity to the book.
I cherish the book as a love-gift from Virginia Woolf, the narrator, to Vita Sackville-West, whom she dearly loved and here has caught in her net of words as Orlando.
My mother had been reading the book while she was pregnant with him and loved the book so much that she named him after the main character.
Book was in great condition! Did not really find the content of the book interesting, but it was for school so what do you expect?!Published 19 days ago by Sarah B
Some of the groundbreaking feature of Orlando are now dated, making the work less shocking then upon its original debut, but the work still possesses a private power due to its... Read morePublished 28 days ago by Ryan Mease
Great book, this particular printing was oddly proportioned and cheapPublished 1 month ago by thundra
I would give this five stars but the Kindle version sucks. Misspelled words, typos, and other mistakes take away from the brilliance of this book. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Lucas Burkett
I wanted to read this book because I saw the movie years ago and it left me confused. I am even more confused now. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Laurie C Yost
I just found myself wondering why anyone would write a book of this sort. The author had her reasons for the story, but it was a waste of time to read.Published 3 months ago by K. Spangler
read this after watching the movie. Real interesting approach the author has--a convincing trip through time. Virginia Woolf is well known, of course...Published 5 months ago by Nick Morgen
Good read if you like Virginia Woolf. Valuable insights about writing biography, gender differences, time and memory. Her voice and style does not fail to engage the reader.Published 5 months ago by Lynda Nahigian