The Diary of Virginia Woolf, Vol. 3, 1925-30: 1925-30 v. 3 Hardcover – 27 Mar 1980
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Bell for more than 20 years has made a major contribution to the affairs of the Charleston Trust. She edited the first complete edition of Virginia Woolf's diary.
<div><b>Andrew McNeillie</b> is the literature editor at Oxford University Press. His collection of poems<i> Nevermore</i> was shortlisted for the Forward Prize for Best First Collection in 2000, and he is the author of the memoir <i>An Aran Keening.</i> <br></div>
Bell for more than 20 years has made a major contribution to the affairs of the Charleston Trust. She edited the first complete edition of Virginia Woolf's diary. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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If you read the collected Diaries and Woman Of Letters by Phyllis Rose, you will gain a vital series of insights into the life and thoughts of this most haunting of female writers.
Whenever I think of Virginia, I always think of the lines from "Vincent" by Don Maclean...
This world was never meant
for one as beautiful as you...
If you have never read any Virginia Woolf, I would respectfully suggest you rent a copy of Sally Potter's Orlando. While Sally takes artistic license with the novel, she has created a very sympathetic work of Art.
This diary above all gives you many insights into her thought processes and her writing career, including her reactions to the publication of her works and their reception by the public and the sub-species known as Critics.