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A Reflection of the Other Person The Letters of Virginia Woolf 1929 - 1931

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"The title of this volume is taken from one of Virginia Woolf's letters and expresses the main purpose of her correspondence; to draw from the other person the affection which she so manifestly felt for them. In the years covered by this volume she is in her late forties and struggling to write her masterpiece The Waves.".

This is Volume IV and covers only three years of Virginia Woolf's life. They were the years dominated by one woman and one book. The woman was Ethel Smythe; the book was The Wave. There was almost no link between them. Virginia completed her book in spite of Ethel Smythe; and Ethel, like many other readers, found it difficult to understand, and its characters unsympathetic.

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Author(s):
Nicolson, Nigel (editor)
Condition:
Fair
Edition:
1981
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
0701125977
ISBN-13:
9780701125974
Number of pages:
0
Publisher:
Chatto & Windus

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"The title of this volume is taken from one of Virginia Woolf's letters and expresses the main purpose of her correspondence; to draw from the other person the affection which she so manifestly felt for them. In the years covered by this volume she is in her late forties and struggling to write her masterpiece The Waves.".

This is Volume IV and covers only three years of Virginia Woolf's life. They were the years dominated by one woman and one book. The woman was Ethel Smythe; the book was The Wave. There was almost no link between them. Virginia completed her book in spite of Ethel Smythe; and Ethel, like many other readers, found it difficult to understand, and its characters unsympathetic.

Author(s):
Nicolson, Nigel (editor)
Condition:
Fair
Edition:
1981
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
0701125977
ISBN-13:
9780701125974
Number of pages:
0
Publisher:
Chatto & Windus

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