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<33333. Short, yet full of so much information. Photos are a +++++++. :)
Short, but informative. Gave good context to Woolf's life and legacy.
I won't review my own book, but I want to share a review by the Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books. I hope that you enjoy it! Virginia WoolfBulletin of the Center for Children’s Books, November 2004This highly readable literary biography of Virginia Woolf moves dexterously among the many relationships and ideas that influenced the troubled writer. Brackett employs a straightforward journalistic style, but Woolf’s life was so rich and complicated that little embellishment is needed to ma...
A great short book of Virginia Woolf's life. I also enjoyed learning what a loving husband she had sticking and helping her through her mental illness. I recommend this book to anyone who wants a quick overview of this writer's life.
Lovely overview of Woolf's life and work. Would recommend to anyone on a project or simply wanting to know more about Virginia!
It was a good book, and it opened my eyes to the struggles of mental illnesses and how it effects writers. Also, it shows the struggle of women in her time. But while it was a good book, it sometimes was hard to follow along with where the book was going.