The Essays, Vol. 4: 1925-1928

The Essays Vol This fourth volume of the first complete edition of Virginia Woolf s essays and reviews celebrates her maturing vitality and wonderfully reveals her prodigious reading wit and original intelligence

  • Title: The Essays, Vol. 4: 1925-1928
  • Author: Virginia Woolf
  • ISBN: 9780156035224
  • Page: 240
  • Format: Paperback
  • This fourth volume of the first complete edition of Virginia Woolf s essays and reviews celebrates her maturing vitality and wonderfully reveals her prodigious reading, wit, and original intelligence Written while she worked on To the Lighthouse and Orlando, these pieces explore subjects ranging from the world s greatest books to obscure English lives The Common Reader, This fourth volume of the first complete edition of Virginia Woolf s essays and reviews celebrates her maturing vitality and wonderfully reveals her prodigious reading, wit, and original intelligence Written while she worked on To the Lighthouse and Orlando, these pieces explore subjects ranging from the world s greatest books to obscure English lives The Common Reader, First Series, in which she influentially revives women s place in history, comprises a quarter of the volume Contributions to American journals for the first time in her career outnumber those to the Times Literary Supplement, and so her pieces in the Nation Athenaeum, under Leonard Woolf s literary editorship The volume also includes her moving introduction to the Modern Library Edition of Mrs Dalloway, not previously published.

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    1. For how beautiful her prose can be, Woolf's essays and reviews are just as strong. She is concise, witty, and damn clever. Reading about someone else's thoughts on the state of literature is seldom so pleasurably easy. I am usually not comfortable making superlative statements, but Woolf really is a master of the form. It's easy to forget just how ridiculously prolific she was in her day, there are three other volumes of these things!

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