The journey not the arrival matters: an autobiography of the years 1939 to 1969
The author's account of World War II, his wife's death, and his political and literary activities. "A splendid ending to one of the most remarkable literary achievements of our time" (New York Times Book Review). Index; photographs.
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Ah, the somewhat less famous husband of Virginia! I've read volumes 1 and 5 of his autobiography, and loved them. Leonard Woolf was an extremely intelligent man and an excellent writer. His prose has great clarity, and he did a lovely job of recalling his earlier life for these books. This volume relates life in Britain during WWII, and also covers Virginia's suicide. We forget, sometimes, that Leonard was so accomplished in the shadow of his wife, but here we are reminded through accounts of his literary and political undertakings. You should read these of you love Virginia. You should read these if the waning days of the British Empire interest you.
Review: Journey Not The Arrival Matters (Autobiography of Leonard Woolf #5)User Review - Matt - Goodreads
This is the fifth and final volume of Leonard Woolf's autobiography. Although it does not appear to be the author's specific intention, the book is quite moving, particularly Mr. Woolf's discussion of ... Read full review