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The reader should keep in mind that the author was a young friend of Virginia Woolf and therefore take certain comments as a bit more favorable than reality. That said, the author dispells many old myths about Virginia Woolf and writes quite frankly about some of her relationships. While a bit more might have been said about the frightful periods of manic depression which plagued her most of her life, the author does not stoop to purely speculative comments about possible abuse as a child. On the whole a surprisingly through and fairly objective biography of the early American feminist and great novelist.
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If you are interested in Virginina Wolf and Bloomsbury culture, this audio performance adds to what otherwise a personal reading does not provide.
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