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Author: Virginia Woolf
Publisher: New York, Harcourt, Brace & World [1967, ©1966]
Edition/Format:   Book : English : [1st American ed.]View all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
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Woolf, Virginia, 1882-1941.
Collected essays.
New York, Harcourt, Brace & World [1967, ©1966]
(OCoLC)567994539
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Virginia Woolf
OCLC Number: 368956
Description: 4 volumes 21 cm
Contents: V.1: On not knowing Greek --
The Faery Queen --
'The Countess of Pembrokes's Arcadia' --
Twelfth Night at the Old Vic --
Donne after three centuries --
The Elizabethan Lumber Room --
Notes on an Elizabethan play --
Defoe --
Robinson Crusoe --
Congreve's comedies --
Addison --
The Sentimental Journey --
The humane art --
Oliver Goldsmith --
The historian and 'The Gibson' --
Reflections at Sheffield Place --
Gotchic romance --
Sir Walter Scott: I. Gas at Abbotsford; II. The antiquary --
Jane Austen --
William Hazlitt --
Impassioned prose --
The captain's death bed --
Lockhart's criticism --
Jane Eyre and Wuthering Heights --
David Copperfield --
George Eliot --
Ruskin --
Aurora Leigh --
The niece of an earl --
The novels of George Meredith --
On re-reading Meredith --
The Russian point of view --
The novels of Turgenev --
Lewis Carroll --
The novels of Thomas Hardy --
Henry James: I. Within the rim; II. The old order; III. The letters of Henry James --
Henry James's ghost stories --
The supernatural in fiction --
George Gissing --
Joseph Conrad --
Mr. Conrad: a conversation --
Walter Raleigh --
Mr. Bennett and Mrs. Brown --
George Moore --
The novels of E.M. Forster --
Notes on D.H. Lawrence --
A terribly sensitive mind --
The death of the moth. V.2: How should one read a book? --
Reading --
Hours in a library --
The modern essay --
The art of fiction --
Phases of fiction --
Modern fiction --
American fiction --
On re-reading novels --
Life and the novelist --
The anatmoy of fiction --
Women and fiction --
The patron and the crocus --
How it strikes a contemporary --
The leaning tower --
A letter to a young poet --
Middlebrow --
Reviewing --
The narrow bridge of art --
The artist and politics --
Walter Sickert --
Craftmanship --
An essay in criticism --
Modern letters --
All about boks --
The cinema --
Personalities --
Why? --
Professions for women --
Evening over Sussex: reflections in a motor-car --
The moment: summer's night --
Gas --
Fishing. V.3: The Pastons and Chaucer --
Montaigne --
Sir Walter Raleigh --
The strange Elizabethans --
Rambling round Evelyn --
The Duchess of Newcastle --
Dorothy Osborne's letters --
Madame de Sevigne --
Swift's Journal to Stella --
Lord Chesterfield's letters to his son --
Sterne --
Sterne's ghost --
Eliza and Sterne --
Horace Walpole --
Two antiquaries: Walpole and Cole --
The Rev. William Cole: a letter --
White's Selborne --
A friend of Johnson --
Dr. Burney's evening party --
Fanny Burney's half-sister --
Mrs. Thrale --
Two parsons: I. James Woodforde; II. The Rev. John Skinner --
Money and love --
Four figures: I. Cowper and Lady Austen; II. Beau Brummell; III. Mary Wollstonecraft; IV. Dorothy Wordsworth --
Jones and Wilkinson --
Selina Trimmer --
The man at the gate --
Sara Coleridge --
Harriette Wilson. Dr. Quincey's autobiography --
Genius: B.R. Haydon --
Jack Mytton --
Crabbe --
'Not one of us' --
Geraldine and Jane --
Poe's Helen --
Oliver Wendell Holmes --
Visits to Walt Whitman --
'I am Christina Rossetti' --
Two women: Emily Davies and Lady Augusta Stanley --
Ellen Terry --
The enchanted organ: Anne Thackeray --
Leslie Stephen --
Edmund Gosse --
Roger Fry --
The cosmos --
The dream --
Outlines: I. Miss Mitford; II. Dr. Bentley; III. Lady Dorothy Nevill; IV. Archbishop Thomson --
The lives of the obscure: I. Taylors and Edgeworths; II. Laetitia Pilkington --
Memories of a working women's guild --
Old Mrs. Grey --
Three pictures --
Street haunting: a London adventure --
Flying over London --
Thoughts on peace in an air raid --
The sun and the fish --
Thunder at Wembley --
To Spain --
On being ill --
The fleeting portrait: I. Waxworks at the abbey; II. The Royal Academy --
Royalty --
A talk about memoirs --
The art of biography --
The new biography.

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