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Orlando is perhaps the most entertaining of Woolf's works that I have seen.
And when you decide to read the book, there's plenty to be discovered that the movie can't touch on--for instance the writing nuances and styles.
I read it before I finished the book and thought, oh, It will probably make sense after I've read everything in between.
I'm sorry to read that it's becoming a book that's mainly studied in women/gender study classes and not read as great English literature. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Woodsie
Woolf's fictional novel about a man named Orlando, who sleeps for one week and turns into a woman after "he" wakes up is a unique read for anyone exploring sexual identity... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Marissa
Orlando, quivering in his soul, thus struggles to describe the Russian Princess, and describes himself as much as he does her: a man half in love with a woman and wholly in love... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Lois-ellin Datta
I wonder when writing these reviews if "classic" authors like Virginia Woolf need new reviews, and I think the merit of writing this lies in keeping the reading of the... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Jason F.
Absolutely necessary if you're serious about literature. While later sections are complicated and difficult to read at times, it is only because they are pure poetry.Published 4 months ago by Joel
I bought the secondhand novel but the version I got is different from the image. it's not what i need.Published 4 months ago by Y. Lin
Just like it was supposed to the item came when it was supposed to, it was also in good condition like it was stated, I was happy about this salePublished 5 months ago by J. Ragusa
Orlando; or, The World's Most Interesting Premise Wasted
Virginia Woolf has a wild premise for Orlando: a boy living in Elizabethan England does not die and somewhere... Read more
One of my more favorites of her works. She originally wrote this as a gift for a friend, and it's telling in her dry and sometimes not-so-dry sense of humor. Read morePublished 6 months ago by JFleit