The Diary of Virginia Woolf, Vol. 2: 1920-1924

by Virginia Woolf

Other authorsAnne Olivier Bell (Editor)
Hardcover, 1978




Harcourt Brace Jovanovich: NY (1978), Edition: 1st, 371 pages


The second volume covers a crucial period in Woolf's development as a writer. "Her sensibility, her sensitiveness, her humor, her drama... above all her catalytic gifts as a writer seem almost too much for one remarkable woman" (Christian Science Monitor). Edited by Anne Olivier Bell, assisted by Andrew McNeillie; Index.

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LibraryThing member Chris_V
A wonderful read as Virginia Woolf is never less than insightful and witty about her friends and more often herself.

This period saw her blossom as a writer of modern fiction with the publication of "Jacob's Room" and the writing of "Mrs. Dalloway". The period also covers the beginning of her close
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relationship with Vita Sackville-West.
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LibraryThing member annejacinta
Fascinating reading. Full of worldly worries, eg, business, the servants, too many visitors. Follows years of writing of Jacob's Room and A Common Reader. Many personal feelings and reactions to people, places and events included. I loved it, found it very rewarding.


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