Virginia Woolf - Essays- Virginia Woolf, August Nemo

374 Pages
Essays
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Summary

Welcome to the Essays collection. A special selection of the nonfiction prose from influential and noteworthy authors. This book brings 22 of best essays of Virginia Woolf, across a wide range of subjects, including writing, feminism, Jane Austen, literature, poetry and many more topics.Virginia Woolf was an english writer known for her novels, essays and book reviews. Her fiction and ideas about literature, feminism and art, altered the course of literature. Many of her most relevant works were published by Tacet Books.The book contains the following texts:- Introduction by Edmund Gosse- The Modern Essay- A Room of One's Own- Modern Fiction- How Should One Read A Book?- How It Strikes a Contemporary- Craftsmanship- The Art of Biography- Why?- The Death of the Moth- The Humane Art- The Man at the Gate- The Novels of E. M. Forster- A Letter to a Young Poet- Jane Austen- Joseph Conrad- The Russian Point Of View- "Jane Eyre" And "Wuthering Heights"- George Eliot- American Fiction- The Art Of Fiction- On Re-Reading Novels- The Artist And Politics
Format:
E-book
Series:
Pages E-book:
374
Languages:
English
Published:
31/10/2021
Publisher E-Book:
Tacet Books
ISBN E-book:
9783986772680

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