The Platform of Time Hardback
Taking family, friends and servants as her subjects, Virginia Woolf here presents a series of impressions of the people around her. And as she describes their lives - including an in-depth piece on her nephew Julian Bell, and sketches on Bloomsbury figures Lady Ottoline Morrell and Lady Strachey - she also reveals much about her own attitudes - to the War, to her writing, and to education.
The result is a fascinating and revealing work that will crucially augment what is currently available of her biographical writings.
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- Pages:176 pages, Illustrations, ports.
- Publisher:Hesperus Press Ltd
- Publication Date:12/04/2007