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Between the Acts (World's Classics)

Between the Acts (World's Classics)

Book title: Between the Acts (World's Classics)
ISBN: 0192818147
ISBN13: 978-0192818140
Publisher: Oxford Paperbacks
Language: English
Rating: 4.7/5
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Reviews: (7)
Deodorant for your language
I ordinarily make myself read 100 pages of a book I don't like, but this one was so small I said, "Okay, you only have to read 50." And, I couldn't even make it that far. There was little plot, I couldn't figure out who the characters were and it was a chore to read. I found my mind wandering which is unusual when I'm reading. I do not recommend this book.
The book is absolutely wonderful, but the scan is terrible. There are typos on almost every page, sometimes several. All they would have had to do is hire someone to read through the scan carefully and correct the most egregious errors, but instead they take $10 from each of us and deliver a defective product. This is really a problem, Amazon, and Houghton Mifflin Harcourt! You need to clean up your act!
Book as described. In excellent condition with matching slipcase.
Wonderful views of the spectrum of English class and society just before World War II, including the famous mirror scene at the end. Her lyrical writing is much in evidence, and her spectrum is surprisingly broad in such a succinct novel.
Virginia Woolf, once the most avant-garde of English novelists, now seems very out of date. None of her books is really a masterpiece, and this, her swan song, is arguably the weakest of all.

Read her essays by all means, even her diaries and letters, but approach her novels with caution. Borrow them from the library before you spend money on them, or you might wind up with a row of books that will do nothing but gather dust on your shelves.

Feminist reading of VW are mostly bad, which is a real problem, because she really was a genuine feminist. But I don't think she'd care for what's being done with her works posthumously by certain critics.

Quentin Bell's bio is better than any other book about her, if you want to know more than her own writing.
Could be a little confusing at times, but well done.
Last novel before her suicide. Read famoliar themes restated
Good reading
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