The Platform of Time: Memoirs of Family and Friends
Taking family, friends, and servants as her subjects, Virginia Woolf presents a series of impressions of the people around her. As she describes their lives—including an in-depth piece on her nephew Julian Bell and sketches on Bloomsbury figures Lady Ottoline Morrell and Lady Strachey—she also reveals much about her own attitudes on the War, her writing, and education. The result is a fascinating and revealing work that will crucially augment what is currently available of her biographical writings.
What people are saying - Write a review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - Chris_V - LibraryThing
A collection of Virginia Woolf's memoir writing which illuminates her - and one's own - life. It includes both published and non-published writings on family and friends. It's genuinely exciting to read her prose and feel her illuminating corners of your own life. Read full review
Memoir of julian Bell
Memoir Notes by Vanessa Bell
10 other sections not shown