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Half-way through after just reading Mrs Dalloway for the first time. Virginia Woolf is the best author I've ever read in capturing and conveying the chaotic non-linearity of... Read morePublished 8 days ago by Bruce D'Ambrosio
She is a master and one of a kind, to regard oneself as a well rounded literate person, Virginia Woolf is required reading.Published 16 days ago by Gordon
Miss Woolf was a genius. Nothing happens. Everything happens. Life happens.Published 21 days ago by Julia Robb
This was my 2nd attempt at reading Virginia Woolf. This may be the style some appreciate and enjoy, but to me it was terribly boring and tedious. Read morePublished 28 days ago by Linda A. Stevens
My friend Alexis and I were exchanging opinions on Virginia Woolf, which reminded me to review this, one of my favorite books from our college syllabus. I recommend it over Mrs. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Sarah B
Oh how will I describe the heaviness of it all. I suppose I must try. I am thinking that one should be warned as the effort you need muster is immense. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Ann M.
I have taken the time to re-read To the Lighthouse hundreds of times, and I will re-read it many more times before I die. This is one of the gems of world literature. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Andre N. Van Chau
A deeply moving novel, written with stream of consciousness revelation of character, about the lives the Ramsay family, during summer holidays in the Hebrides, off the coast of... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Charles Raynal
I guess I'm just not a fan of Virginia Woolf's writing. I found this book pretty dull.Published 2 months ago by jrector