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There was no pleasure to be got out of anything that summer. I growl at every
thing -the effect of nerves doubtless ! . . . hot, hot, hot. It was indeed a summer of "
relentless, thundery, sunless heat" At night she continued reading long after her ...
London in the summer of 1926 offered its usual attractions but Virginia,
remembering her experience of the previous year did manage to exercise some
self-restraint, and was at all events less exhausted by this summer than she had
been by ...
Ethel, Vita, Vanessa and Duncan, and writing The Waves were what she called
the "elements" of that summer of 1930, and it was surely Ethel who made her
describe it as "a very violent summer." Being violent it was, of necessity,
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I don't like Ms. Woolf any better knowing her history, but maybe I will be able to better understand her writings. On the other hand, however, Leonard Woolf was a saint! Read full review
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Very good biography wrote by one of Virginias family members. Read full review
Clive Bell and the Writing
Appendix B Fantasy upon a Gentleman
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