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The Virginia Woolf reader

Author: Virginia Woolf; Mitchell Alexander Leaska
Publisher: San Diego : Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, ©1984.
Edition/Format:   Book : Fiction : English : 1st American edView all editions and formats
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Best Books for Senior High Readers. Although some excerpts from her novels are included, this collection concentrates on the short stories, essays, letters, and diary entries of Virginia Woolf. This rich introduction to the art of Virginia Woolf contains the complete texts of five short stories and eight essays, together with substantial excerpts from the longer fiction and nonfiction. An ideal volume for those  Read more...
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Named Person: Virginia Woolf
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Virginia Woolf; Mitchell Alexander Leaska
ISBN: 0156935902 9780156935906 0151937826 9780151937820
OCLC Number: 10506081
Notes: "A Harvest/HBJ book."
Description: ix, 371 p. ; 21 cm.
Contents: From Moments of being --
A sketch of the past --
Novels. From Mrs. Dalloway ; From To the lighthouse ; From Orlando ; From The waves --
Short stories. The legacy ; Lappin and Lapinova ; The Duchess and the jeweller ; The mark on the wall ; Kew Gardens --
From A room of one's own --
Essays. Mr. Bennett and Mrs. Brown ; Life itself ; Jane Austen ; How should one read a book? ; Street haunting ; A letter to a young poet ; Professions for women ; Modern fiction --
From The diary of Virginia Woolf --
From The letters of Virginia Woolf.
Other Titles: Works.
Responsibility: edited by Mitchell A. Leaska.
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Best Books for Senior High Readers. Although some excerpts from her novels are included, this collection concentrates on the short stories, essays, letters, and diary entries of Virginia Woolf. This rich introduction to the art of Virginia Woolf contains the complete texts of five short stories and eight essays, together with substantial excerpts from the longer fiction and nonfiction. An ideal volume for those encountering Woolf for the first time as well as for those already devoted to her work. Edited and with a Preface by Mitchell A. Leaska.

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