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In Hermione Lee's admirably circumstantial biography VIRGINIA WOOLF (1999), she discusses Virginia Woolf's two essays "Anon" and "The Reader" in connection with her 1941 novel... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Thomas J. Farrell
In her book about the immensely complex, Virginia Woolf, Hermione Lee perceptively paints the portrait of this prominent writer with words. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Holly
it came as was stated and i really enjoyed it and inspired me to order more of VW's writings from AmazonPublished 4 months ago by Laverne Ewer
I love Virginia and the entire Bloomsbury group so this was great.Published 6 months ago by Trudy J.
I got this from a library and a lot of photo some pages missing
the book itself is the best--Bell book much inferior
The definitive biography--accept no substitutes. And Lee writes wonderfully too. The organization--partly by topics that take in swaths of VW's history--makes the book readable . . Read morePublished 9 months ago by Miles Prauer
This was so awful, I didn't last more than 20-30 pages. What a bizarre way to write a biography-it was just too clever and second guessing to be of any interest at all.Published 9 months ago by Joy S
A long, satisfying biography of an important literary figure. Characters of friends, family, colleagues (of which there are an army) are convincingly sketched, along with their... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Ronald
I read a reviewer's advance copy while on a recent month long trip to Paris and found it the perfect companion since she was so dedicated to/resident in France for most of her... Read morePublished 19 months ago by RMS