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  • Paperback: 280 pages
  • Publisher: The History Press; New edition edition (1 Feb. 2007)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0750934069
  • ISBN-13: 978-0750934060
  • Product Dimensions: 13 x 1.9 x 19.6 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 508,994 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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I never thought I'd write books for children, but somehow 'Zelah Green' was born and it's been uphill all the way ever since! 'Zelah' won the Manchester Children's Book Awards in 2010 and was shortlisted for the Waterstones, the NASEN and the Young Minds awards too. A sequel to Zelah followed (Zelah Green: One More Little Problem(Egmont) and then two new books published by Frances Lincoln and featuring fourteen-year-old Lilah May (The Taming of Lilah May/Lilah May's Manic Days). 2012 marked the publication of my first ghost novel for teens, 'The Haunting of Tabitha Grey' (Egmont, April 2nd). The novel was shortlisted for seven awards. I had such fun researching this novel in the spooky manor house that inspired it! My latest book deal is with Usborne and my YA novel 'The Earth is Singing' will be published by them in January 2015 to tie in with International Holocaust Memorial Day. The novel features Hanna Michelson, a fifteen-year-old Jewish girl who finds herself caught up in the horrors of Nazi invasion in 1941.By way of contrast I also have a book for children out now, all about a girl who bakes! 'The Baking Life of Amelie Day' is published by Curious Fox. My first book on Virginia Woolf, 'Virginia Woolf's Women' is now being published as an e-book
I also offer tuition to aspiring children's author at www.curtisliterary.co.uk

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"Vanessa Curtis's portrait of Woolf, her family, and her friends is quite compelling. What I found most distinctive is Curtis's fine appreciation of the emotional tissue that connected Woolf to the women who loved her. . . Using diaries and letters, Curtis illuminates these varied relationships."--Lynn K. Talbot, Roanoke College, coauthor of "Living at the Edge" --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.

From the Author

I wrote 'Virginia Woolf's Women' because I could see that there was a lack of books concentrating specifically on the women in Woolf's life. The early period of Woolf's life, spent in the claustrophobic existence of Victorian patriarchal society, particularly interests me, and I wanted to convey something of the effect that her mother, sister and half-sister had on her entire life. The other women featured in the book are all hugely characterful, and all, in different ways, had a profound influence on Virginia Woolf. Although very different from one another, they were all loved by Woolf and, in their various ways, loved her back (albeit tolerantly, in some cases!). It was a particular challenge to find photographs and texts that have not been published widely before, and which I think illustrate the transformation of Virginia Stephen, nervous teenager, into the confident, humorous writer of genius that she grew into. I think that her friendships with the women!
I have researched, should be celebrated as an antidote to the age-old misconceptions of Woolf as a unsmiling depressive. She was capable of much laughter and enjoyment and women, in particular, were able to light the touchpaper, sit back - and enjoy the sparks. --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.

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20 of 20 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 28 Sept. 2004
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This is a wonderfully descriptive and readable book, whether you're a fan or a scholar of VW. I was impressed both by the facts that have been unearthed and the interpretation of the facts, and I LOVE the writing style. I like the way each chapter begins with a quotation that sets the scene. The book has been researched very thoroughly and there's plenty of new material that I hadn't read before, despite the fact I've read most of the Bloomsbury biogs. Lovely plate sections, with some photographs that are new to me. I had to limit myself to one chapter per sitting, or I wouldn't have got any sleep!
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