I have never read a book by her. I need to add one to my tbr list. I wish books still cost that much :)
She is my favorite, favorite writer. I love reading her work, and reading about her. If you are interested, you could type her name into my search bar and read some other posts about her.
Wow! That was quite an affordable book, wasn't it? :) I've read a couple of her books, but not this one. As I mentioned on Robin's blog, I still have The Measure of Life: Virginia Woolf's Last Years by Herbert Marder, which has been on my shelves for a decade. Time to make time for it!
You gave me this book, but I haven't read it. Maybe too sad. You might enjoy her diaries.
I thought I had! I'll look into her diaries. Thanks for the recommendation!
You're welcome. Also her essays, and short stories, and well, just everything!
Sorry to butt into the conversation here, but I loved reading her diaries and letters. I've read only a couple of her novels, but all of her journals/letters. They were fascinating!
Not butting in at all! I so love it when there are conversations here. I love her diaries and letters and, as I said, just everything.
Dear Nan, your previous post had so much in it I wanted to comment on, but that comment would have become excessively, inappropriately long - therefore, I have put my thoughts into a post on my blog, linking to yours. I hope you don't mind!
Of course I don't mind! But no comment can ever be "excessively, inappropriately long!"
I've never read any of her books yet either. I did come across a BBC radio recording of her voice yesterday. So cool to hear someone's voice that lived so long ago! I'll be posting it on my blog in the next couple of days.
I've heard it, too. and I so love it.
It's years since I read Jacob's Room, will try and find it and read it again. I still think that To the Lighthouse is my favourite I find something new every time I read it. I love Mrs Dalloway as well. Her life, her garden are all so fascinating and ultimately so sad.
Yes, to everything you wrote!
I read a book by Virginia Woolf once, but that was so long ago that I don't even remember which book it was. I wish books still only cost $2.45. Of course, if they did, I would probably own 5 times as many as I do now, so maybe that wouldn't be a good thing!
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