Though prone to periods of mental breakdown, Virginia Woolf portrayed an exceptionally lucid introspective insight in her writing. Experimenting in her life and art, she produced some of the 20th century's finest literary works. This audiobook offers a concise, expert account of her life and ideas and explains their influence on literature and on our struggle to understand our place in the world. First published in 2005.
Item #: E2B790
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