The Diary of Virginia Woolf: Volume 1 (inbunden)
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The Diary of Virginia Woolf: Volume 1 (inbunden)

The Diary of Virginia Woolf: Volume 1


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With an introduction by Virginia Nicholson Saturday 2 February 1918. The first walk we've had for ever so long. Damp, mild vaporous day. Funeral bells tolling as we went out, & marriage as we came in. The streets lined with people waiting their meat. Aeroplanes droning invisible. Our usual evening, alone happily, knee deep in papers. This diary begins in January 1915. Virginia Woolf was about to publish her first novel, The Voyage Out. By the end of 1919 she had published many essays and reviews, as well as a second novel, Night and Day. Her diary was the counterpoint to that public writing: here she could record details of daily life, think about friends and reading, writing and her state of mind. This diary offers a unique insight into the life and mind of one of Britain's most influential writers, and the circle she was part of which came to be known as Bloomsbury. This new Granta edition includes Woolf's 'Asheham Diary' for the first time.
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VIRGINIA WOOLF (1882-1941) is recognised as one of the most innovative writers of the 20th century, best known for her novels Mrs Dalloway and To the Lighthouse. ANNE OLIVIER BELL (1916-2018) edited the diaries of Virginia Woolf, publishing them in five volumes starting in 1977. VIRIGINIA NICHOLSON is the author of six books of social history and President of the Charleston Trust.