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In the words of its editor, “This book is not intended to provide an assessment of Virginia Woolf’s work. A great deal has already been written about her novels and critical essays. It is concerned essentially with Virginia Woolf herself: about whom little has been said in print. It has been written by people who knew her either intimately as relations and friends, or who met her from time to time over a period of years and were acquaintances.
“The tantalisingly brief, strongly personal recollections of a fascinating bunch of contributors tell us far more than any biography.”
Lynda Lee-Potter, Daily Mail