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the story of a family which changed from one millenium to the other. the changes in uses, traditions, how life changes and while the person is immerse in that change the character... Read morePublished 26 days ago by amateco
in the tomb where i was born there was a horn. it looked alot like me, and now im free. i cannot say im old, im a quarter of a century old, but im a half a century high.Published 2 months ago by faisal muhammen o'conner
Any Virginia Woolf lover would love this. It takes some time to read to really understand what is going on - especially if you aren't familiar with her writing style - but it is... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Samantha Lincoln
I really liked this book. The main theme is that time passes, but we do not notice time passing by massive historical events but by small changes in the people and things around... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Margaret Carmel
This book is like a classic painting, and it is like a Lily among thorns, so to speak. It is. a signature
style that is intelligent, interesting, and unique. Read more
The Years, published in 1937, is Virginia Woolf at a dead end. The theme of the novel seems to be that time marches on, people get older and it really sucks. Read morePublished on June 7, 2013 by M. Buzalka
This book left me a vision of early 20th century England -- the people, the homes, the classes, modes of transportation, socialization, prejudices, and compassion. Read morePublished on June 1, 2013 by bubinish
The Years by Virginia Woolf. Published by MobileReference (mobi).
I recommend this ebook to anyone who enjoys reading Woolf or modern fiction. Read more