A moment's liberty: the shorter diary
The Diary of Virginia Woolf has been acclaimed as a masterpiece. Anne Olivier Bell edited the five-volume original, and she has now abridged the Diary in this splendidly readable single volume edition. " A fine opportunity to experience Woolf' s biting wit and scathing depiction of her contemporaries" (Booklist). Introduction by Quentin Bell; Index.
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