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This book came recommended as one of the best of the century. I will broaden my knowledge about it by reading accompanying essays and such. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Amazon Customer
The title of the film "Who's afraid of Virginia Wolf?"has probably further made people afraid of tackling what has been portrayed as extremely difficult and inaccessible prose. Read morePublished 3 days ago by A. Levine
Some of the finest prose, each line of Lilly's epiphany was golden. Dives deep into the human conscious and leaves you there, alone, to navigate your way through.Published 28 days ago by Gildardo Chavez
This book is not for all people. It wouldn't have been good for me 30 years ago or maybe even 20. I would have been lost and confused. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Green Rose
Woolf comes off as a lightweight. I can't understand the esteem she is held in. Don't bother.Published 1 month ago by cinejevu
This is the second work of Virginia Woolf that I have read, having read Mrs. Dalloway. I think I might have enjoyed this one more than Dalloway. Read morePublished 2 months ago by V Watson