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Theres nothing like talk as an educator I'm sure. Still I try my best with
Shakespeare. I read Sidney Lee's Life . . . But Sidney Lee's life of Shakespeare,
as Virginia understood very well, was no substitute for Lytton Strachey's
Miss Sheepshanks' suggestion was that Virginia might "combine amusement and
instruction -a little gossip and sympathy-and then 'talks' about books and pictures.
" "I'm sure I don't mind how much I talk, and I really don t see any limit to the ...
Her vitality seemed to me a credit to her and in private talk her vapours give way
to some quite clear bursts of shrewdness. The horror of the Garsington situation
is great of course, but to the outsider the obvious view is that O. and P. and ...
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - AliceAnna - LibraryThing
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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