Woman of Letters: A Life of Virginia Woolf

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Oxford University Press, Aug 1, 1979 - Women authors, English - 298 pages
Viewing Woolf's feminism as the core of her emotional and intellectual life, this interpretive biography reveals connections between the disturbing substance of her life and her works and illuminates her concern with the problem of identity

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St Ives and Kensington
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Bloomsbury
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The Voyage Out
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