The Measure of Life

Virginia Woolf's Last Years

By Herbert Marder
(Cornell University Press, Hardcover, 9780801437298, 418pp.)

Publication Date: June 2000

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This elegantly written narrative tells the story of Virginia Woolf's life as a working writer from 1930 until her suicide in 1941--turbulent years that inspired powerful social criticism and major novels. An appendix contains letters from Woolf's cousin about the writer's final months. 24 photos.
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