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This is a reissue of a critical introduction to the novels of Virginia Woolf, first published in 1977. It makes close, illuminating readings of her nine novels, placing Woolf in her literary context and providing an accessible, clear and valuable guide for students starting out on a study of Woolf as a novelist, and for general readers seeking a fresh, helpful entry-point to the challenge of reading Woolf. Twenty years later, Hermione Lee wrote a prize-winning and acclaimed biography of Virginia Woolf: this critical study represented an early stage in this biographer-critic’s life-long interest and involvement with Woolf’s life and work.
1. The Voyage Out 1915 2. Night and Day 1919 3. Jacob’s Room 1922 4. Mrs Dalloway 1925 5. To the Lighthouse 1927 6. Orlando 1928 7. The Waves 1931 8. The Years 1937 9. Between the Acts 1941
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