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Virginia Woolf Part 1 Of 2

Virginia Woolf Part 1 Of 2

James King
4.3/5 (3 ratings)
Part One Of Two Parts As the author of TO THE LIGHTHOUSE , Virginia Woolf makes every short-list of England's greatest novelists. Yet never has a biographer firmly linked her fascinating but troubled life to her magnificent writing. In this penetrating study, James King finally connects the woman and the literary genius, the writer who sought in vain to soothe her emotional pain through writing. Moving from her traumatic childhood to her relationships within the Bloomsbury Group, Mr. King's biography makes sense of Woolf's literary preoccupations and locates her personal torment in her oddly hopeful writing. This new approach yields a deeply perceptive and sympathetic view of a great artist. "A diligent, touching book."
Format
Audio Cassette
Publisher
Books on Tape, Inc.
Release
March 11, 1997
ISBN
0736636285
ISBN 13
9780736636285

Virginia Woolf Part 1 Of 2

James King
4.3/5 (3 ratings)
Part One Of Two Parts As the author of TO THE LIGHTHOUSE , Virginia Woolf makes every short-list of England's greatest novelists. Yet never has a biographer firmly linked her fascinating but troubled life to her magnificent writing. In this penetrating study, James King finally connects the woman and the literary genius, the writer who sought in vain to soothe her emotional pain through writing. Moving from her traumatic childhood to her relationships within the Bloomsbury Group, Mr. King's biography makes sense of Woolf's literary preoccupations and locates her personal torment in her oddly hopeful writing. This new approach yields a deeply perceptive and sympathetic view of a great artist. "A diligent, touching book."
Format
Audio Cassette
Publisher
Books on Tape, Inc.
Release
March 11, 1997
ISBN
0736636285
ISBN 13
9780736636285

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