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A slim volume, first published in 1945, Joan Bennett's Virginia Woolf: Her Art as a Novelist is both informative and compelling. Her prose is lovely; intelligent, but never repetitive. She handles ideas with a deft touch, making her biography eminently readable. Despite its length, a rich appraisal is given of each of Woolf's novels, split into differing sections which deal with aspects such as 'Characters and Human Beings' and 'Morals and Values'. I would not hesitate to recommend it to those w...