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  • Paperback
  • 352 pages
  • Virginia Woolf
  • Viviane Forrester
  • French
  • 02 October 2018
  • 2226189882

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10 thoughts on “Virginia Woolf

  1. Olivia Olivia says:

    I give a lot of books 5 stars it is very difficult to write a book but this is one of the very few books that deservesThis book deserves all the accolades it has been given, as well as my own praise it took me out of my head, immediately, and I did not want to finish reading it.

  2. Maureen M Maureen M says:

    I wrote this review for the newspaper At first, I thought I was reading an autobiography by Virginia Woolf, rather than a biography about her The sentence fragments and stream of consciousness could be right out of Mrs Dalloway Viviane Forrester, a French writer, essayist, novelist and literary critic, channels Woolf as she re examines the life and literature of the famed British writer, essayist, novelist and literary critic Here she is, passionate, ever watchful for what is always esca I wrote this review for the newspaper At first, I thought I was reading an autobiography by Virginia Woolf, rather than a biography about her The sentence fragments and stream of consciousness could be right out of Mrs Dalloway Viviane Forrester, a French writer, essayist, novelist and literary critic, channels Woolf as she re examines the life and literature of the famed British writer, essayist, novelist and literary critic Here she is, passionate, ever watchful for what is always escaping, although she manages to capture its transience here she is demanding, a little weary, impatient Forrester, who died in 2013, was a protective biographer She challenges the narrative that has shaped Woolf s image, particularly that told by her husband, Leonard, whose memoir describes a fragile, frigid woman, a mere step from the madness that would lead her to fill her pockets with stones and enter the River Ouse one day Forester s research included recently discovered documents as well as interviews with friends and family members conducted over the years The result describes a stronger, passionate woman, a brilliant writer beset by loss and betrayals by her closest family members yet someone not above flirting with her sister s husband Just translated into English, this book has won one of France s best known literary awards, the Prix Goncourt for biography For Woolf fans, it is a provocative portrait, richly woven with Woolf s distinctive voice and Forrester s faithful echo

  3. Minstrelka Minstrelka says:

    I have read quite a few biographies, but never have I read such an overly emotional one At times it was just unbearable Viviane Forrester does have some interesting theories and only they made me go through with this book Way too many exclamation marks, rethorial questions and repetitions This biography it definitely only for those, who have already read other books about Woolf Otherwise, I stronly don t recommend it for Woolf beginners.

  4. Mélie Mélie says:

    This is the book that got me reading Virginia Woolf compulsively I took one star off because the style can get overbearingly emotional, but I was just so relieved to read something about this genius that was relatable I m not sure it s possible to understand Virginia Woolf without a resolutely modern approach to her character, like this one, considering what she went through and her times.

  5. Marion Marion says:

    Une biographie qui r ussit le pari d tre excellente tous les points de vue analyse du personnage, rudition et criture Un objet litt raire bouleversant.

  6. Elisa Elisa says:

    At times I really enjoyed this lyrical, intuitive meditation on Woolf s life which sometimes read as if Cixous had finally turned from Joyce It is provocative, suggestive in both senses of the word Yes, I can imagine this new vision of a sensual Virginia thwarted by a sexually repressed Leonard, and I have long felt a deep sadness at Vanessa s self denying devotion to a Duncan who was only chaste with her And I can imagine the suffocating pressure of the histrionic father s demands feeling li At times I really enjoyed this lyrical, intuitive meditation on Woolf s life which sometimes read as if Cixous had finally turned from Joyce It is provocative, suggestive in both senses of the word Yes, I can imagine this new vision of a sensual Virginia thwarted by a sexually repressed Leonard, and I have long felt a deep sadness at Vanessa s self denying devotion to a Duncan who was only chaste with her And I can imagine the suffocating pressure of the histrionic father s demands feeling like incest, but the slide from metaphor into literal claim is too assured and definite After a while the pervasive accumulation of sentence fragments dozens per page begins to toll, as if the grammatical lack of predication is a symptom of a logical lack it is so much easier to suggest connections, dwell in metaphor, than to actually argue for a thesis

  7. Merel Waeyaert Merel Waeyaert says:

    Interesting read I understand the author discusses myths about Woolf that have always been accepted for truth As I had nearly no prior knowledge of Woolf, I can t comment on that For people who haven t read any other biography about Woolf might also find it difficult to follow some of the jumps in time a timeline would ve been handy and there areexclamation marks than I m comfortable with Nevertheless, it s a well researched, interesting work and I ve learned a lot by reading it.

  8. Deborah Deborah says:

    Very interesting not recommended if it s the first Virginia Woolf bio you ve read because timelines etc are pretty out of whack, but a fresh perspective.

  9. Alina Alina says:

    Irytowa a mnie ta ksi ka Forma, tre , b dy w polskim wydaniu i ta bzdura z ok adki skopiowana zreszt przez wi kszo serwis w.

  10. Mills College Library Mills College Library says:

    Biog W9128f 2015

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