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From the Lighthouse to Monk's House: A Guide to Virginia Woolf's Literary Landscapes

From the Lighthouse to Monk's House: A Guide to Virginia Woolf's Literary Landscapes

Katherine C. Hill-Miller
4.6/5 (3 ratings)
There are five places which intimately link Virginia Woolf's life and work: Cornwall, London, Kent, Cambridge and Rodmell, Sussex. In visiting each of these to compare the real places with their depictions, the author was astonished by the literal accuracy of Woolf's descriptions. This previously neglected aspect of Virginia Woolf's artistry is acknowledged and investigated in some depth for the first time in this book. The works discussed are To the Lighthouse , Mrs. Dalloway Orlando , A Room of One's Own , and Between the Acts . By visiting each of these places the author introduces the general reader to Woolf's books and themes. Those who actually travel to the locations will find this an invaluable guide that provides greater appreciation of Virginia Woolf's works, and more pleasure and information from their journey.
Language
English
Pages
200
Format
Hardcover
Publisher
International Publishers Marketing
Release
September 01, 2003
ISBN
0715629956
ISBN 13
9780715629956

From the Lighthouse to Monk's House: A Guide to Virginia Woolf's Literary Landscapes

Katherine C. Hill-Miller
4.6/5 (3 ratings)
There are five places which intimately link Virginia Woolf's life and work: Cornwall, London, Kent, Cambridge and Rodmell, Sussex. In visiting each of these to compare the real places with their depictions, the author was astonished by the literal accuracy of Woolf's descriptions. This previously neglected aspect of Virginia Woolf's artistry is acknowledged and investigated in some depth for the first time in this book. The works discussed are To the Lighthouse , Mrs. Dalloway Orlando , A Room of One's Own , and Between the Acts . By visiting each of these places the author introduces the general reader to Woolf's books and themes. Those who actually travel to the locations will find this an invaluable guide that provides greater appreciation of Virginia Woolf's works, and more pleasure and information from their journey.
Language
English
Pages
200
Format
Hardcover
Publisher
International Publishers Marketing
Release
September 01, 2003
ISBN
0715629956
ISBN 13
9780715629956

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