The Diary of Virginia Woolf, Volume Three: 1925-1930

The Diary of Virginia Woolf, Volume Three: 1925-1930

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 intelligen...

Title:The Diary of Virginia Woolf, Volume Three: 1925-1930
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9780156260381
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    The Diary of Virginia Woolf, Volume Three: 1925-1930 Reviews

  • Smiley

    Having this 5-volume set of The Diary of Virginia Woolf (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Virgini...) is seemingly like an unthinkable odyssey to me. I first came across the set on display majestically o...

  • strega

    The way Virginia explains and writes is absolutely magneficent!!...

  • Regina

    Quattro stelle per una lettura interessante, anche curiosa, alla ricerca di uno stile, di una vita, di una donna d'eccezione. Virginia si rivela. Per quanto è possibile rivelarsi. Ha degli obiettivi ...

  • Abby

    It seems odd to give stars to a diary, but if any diary is deserving of five stars, it's Woolf's. This volume, which covers her happiest and most productive years, is a particular joy. She writes with...

  • Helen

    These years include the success of To the lighthouse and Orlando, with a sudden jump in income which made further improvements to the house in Sussex possible as well as a sense of security. Virginia ...

  • Laura

    It is with this volume that I begin to venture onto new ground in my V.W. reading. In the six years covered in this volume, she becomes very successful, publishing several of her more original works, ...

  • Amy Christine Lesher

    I've read the first two volumes of Woolf's diaries and they were filled with Virginia going on walks, having tea and dinner with friends, and worrying about how her books were being received. In the t...

  • Elisa

    Fun to watch her hit her stride with Dalloway and Lighthouse. Number of flower references go down, possibly in response to her arguments wi L abt $ spent on garden, certainly by excitement of living i...

  • Mark D.

    - volumes 2-3 of one of the great diaries in the language covers, arguably, Ms. Woolf’s greatest creative period, in which her pioneering “method” bore fruit in Jacob’s Room, Mrs. Dalloway, To...

  • Elizabeth

    The Diary of Virginia Woolf Vol. 3: 1925-1930 (Hardcover) by Andrew McNeillie (Editor)...