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|Material Type:||Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Book, Internet Resource|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Virginia Woolf; David Bradshaw
|Description:||xxxix, 244 p. ; 20 cm.|
|Contents:||The Decay of Essay-Writing; Modern Fiction; The Modern Essay; How it Strikes a Contemporary; Mr Bennett and Mrs Brown; Character in Fiction; Impassioned Prose; How Should One Read a Book?; Poetry, Fiction and the Future; Craftsmanship; The Feminine Note in Fiction; Women Novelists; Women and Fiction; Professions for Women; Memories of a Working Women's Guild; Why?; The New Biography; On Being Ill; The Art of Biography; Thunder at Wembley; The Cinema; Street Haunting: A London Adventure; The Sun and the Fish; The Docks of London; Oxford Street Tide; Evening over Sussex: Reflections in a Motor Car; Flying over London; Why Art Today Follows Politics; Thoughts on Peace in an Air Raid|
|Series Title:||Oxford world's classics (Oxford University Press)|
|Responsibility:||Virginia Woolf ; edited with an introduction and notes by David Bradshaw.|
Brilliant and subtle essays. Independent on Sunday.