An ideal introduction to the life and work of Virginia Woolf by an award-winning author: the story of a life lived with intensity from moment to moment and shaped into the lasting patterns of art.
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Harris also does not see any direct link between Britain's return to war and Woolf's suicide, suggesting instead that the psychological pressures of war simply encouraged an unassuming solipsism: Woolf no longer wanted to be a "burden" on Leonard who, throughout their marriage, had been both a me...Nov 12 2011 | Read Full Review of Virginia Woolf
Harris notes that British artists had always been .Oct 04 2010 | Read Full Review of Virginia Woolf
Those looking for a scoop on childhood sexual abuse, homosexual encounters with fellow writer Vita Sackville-West, or biting comments about Katherine Mansfield—the only writer of whom Woolf openly confessed to being jealous—have not come to the right place with Virginia Woolf.Apr 18 2012 | Read Full Review of Virginia Woolf