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Orlando is perhaps the most entertaining of Woolf's works that I have seen.
The benefit of reading these books, to young readers who are trying to stretch their own personal horizons, is beyond belief.
The narrator conveys the subtle, arch sense of humor well, and makes the most of the rhythm within the paragraphs.
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 1 month ago by Jason O. Fasi
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 1 month 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 1 month 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 3 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 4 months ago by JFleit
Good character development. Woolf's staggering writing style jumps off the pages.
Well recommended tale of intrigue,passion, reserve, restraint, unrequited love,&... Read more
It takes time to really understand,but the challenge is nice. I think reading it a second time would definitely be necessary.Published 4 months ago by Jocelyn
5 star rating for the twists in the story, the major twist was not expected, one (whish i am) needs to be a Virginia Woolf fan to enjoy the prose.Published 6 months ago by colin myers