The Diary of Virginia Woolf, Vol. 3: 1925-30

by Virginia Woolf

Paperback, 1980




Harcourt Brace Jovanovich (1980), Edition: First Edition, 384 pages


An account of Woolf's life during the period in which To the Lighthouse and The Waves were written. "Her steel-trap mind and elegant prose...make this a most valuable and pleasurable book" (Publishers Weekly). "Volume three is as witty and intelligent as its predecessors" (Atlantic Monthly). Edited by Anne Olivier Bell, assisted by Andrew McNeillie; Index.

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LibraryThing member Chris_V
The third volume of Virginia Woolf's revelatory diary which covers an intensely creative period which resulted in the writing and publication of MRS. DALLOWAY, TO THE LIGHTHOUSE, ORLANDO and A ROOM OF ONE'S OWN
LibraryThing member loon3304
I have read two volumes of the Diary and nearly finished with Volume 3. I started to read the Woolf diaries because of the recommendation of Ronald Blythe in his marvellous book, "The Pleasure of Diaries". I have read numerous diaries over the years but Woolf is one of, if not the, best.


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