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The Death of the Moth and Other Essays (edition 1974)

by Virginia Woolf

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Title:The Death of the Moth and Other Essays
Authors:Virginia Woolf
Info:Harvest Books (1974), Paperback
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Tags:20thcentury, modernism, modernist, english, england, essays, biography, theory, literarytheory, philosophy, nonfiction, xx

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I love Virginia Woolf, but I found that I became bored about halfway through this particular collection. I still appreciate her style, intelligence, and insight, but didn't truly enjoy reading these essays enough to give them a higher rating. Perhaps I'll revisit a few of them in the future to see if my opinion changes at all. ( )
  PagesandPints | Sep 1, 2016 |
A year after reading this, nothing of it remains in my head. No doubt that's my problem rather than VWs ( )
  js229 | May 12, 2010 |
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A highly acclaimed collection of twenty-eight essays, sketches, and short stories presenting nearly every facet of the author's work. "Up to the author's highest standard in a literary form that was most congenial to her" (Times Literary Supplement (London)). "Exquisitely written" (New Yorker); "The riches of this book are overwhelming" (Christian Science Monitor). Editorial Note by Leonard Woolf.

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