A lively and informative companion to Virginia Woolf's work and Bloomsbury, offering copious new insights.A lively and informative companion to Virginia Woolf's work and Bloomsbury, offering copious new insights.Read Less
224 pages. Softcover. Brand new book. LITERARY STUDIES. A fascinating guide to these intriguing characters. The book explores Woolf's early life and family, the origins and activities of the Bloomsbury Group and Woolf's later career and influence. It also includes sections on the Hogarth Press, Virginia Woolf and the Suffrage movement, the myths and reality of Virginia's death and the continuing presence of the Bloomsbury Group in popular culture. (Key Words: Virginia Woolf, Bloomsbury Group, Literary Studies, Literary Criticism, Women's Suffrage Movement, Hogarth Press, Sarah M. Hall).
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