The Common Reader Second Series (Virginia Woolf)
Virginia Woolf is well known as one of the most prominent fiction writers of the twentieth century, what may be less well known is her astounding collection of letters and essays. Here is the collection first published in 1925, aimed at ‘Common reader’, Woolf produced an eccentric and personal literary and social history of European thought in her own unique style, this collection helped cement Woolf as one of the most popular writers of her time.
The Strange Elizabethans, Donne After Three Centuries, “The Countess of Pembroke’s Arcadia”, “Robinson Crusoe”, Dorothy Osborne’s “Letters”, Swift’s “Journal To Stella”, The “Sentimental Journey”, Lord Chesterfield’s Letters to His Son, Two Parsons, Dr. Burney’s Evening Party, Jack Mytton, De Quincey’s Autobiography, Four Figures, William Hazlitt, Geraldine and Jane, “Aurora Leigh”, The Niece of an Earl, George Gissing, The Novels of George Meredith, “I Am Christina Rossetti”, The Novels of Thomas Hardy, How Should One Read a Book?
Warning: Unlike most of the books in our store, this book is in English.
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