[New York]: Thames & Hudson, . Grey cloth boards, blind-stamped dolphins, silk page-mark. Frontispiece portrait. Forty-six half-tone illustrations. Fine, in a near fine dust jacket with the publisher's sticker on upper panel, as usual.
First American edition. "This gripping new account offers an ideal introduction to both the life and work of Virginia Woolf. It considers each of Woolf's novels in context, traces the contentious course of her 'afterlife,' and shows why, seventy years after her death, she continues to haunt and inspire us" -- from the upper book flap. A beautifully produced book.
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