The second volume of Virginia Woolf's "Collected Letters" covers the decade of her thirties, during which she married, published three novels, lived through World War I and two periods of mental illness, and co-founded the Hogarth Press. Joining old friends such as Lytton Strachey and Maynard Keynes, a new Bloomsbury generation makes its appearance in Virginia's life and letters - T.S. Eliot, Katherine Mansfield, Duncan Grant - but the two people who share centre stage with Virginia are her husband Leonard and her sister Vanessa. Her devotion to Leonard is one of the most touching aspects of this volume, and her closeness to Vanessa reaffirmed by their almost daily correspondence.
The Letters of Virginia Woolf. Vol.2 The Question of Things Happening
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