Virginia Woolf

Tout ce que je vous dois

Letters to Her Friends

All I Owe You

Letters to Her Friends
May 20, 2020
Epistolary
64 pages
100 × 165 mm
7,95 €
9788831312127
978-8-8313-1212-7
Translated from English by Louise Boudonnat and Delphine Ménage

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																Virginia Woolf, Tout ce que je vous dois
																Virginia Woolf, Tout ce que je vous dois

“What does the brain matter compared with the heart?”
— Virginia Woolf

Icon of freedom and independence, Virginia Woolf writes affirme in her most airy, fervent and audacious letters as an incomparable author and also reveals herself to be an unequalled friend. Direct and empathetic, curious and attentive, she opens up here to her friends of a lifetime, those who, more than any others, have penetrated her secret universe of passions and thought.

The author

A pioneer of modern literature and a central figure in the Bloomsbury Group, Virginia Woolf (1882-1941) composed a masterful oeuvre of novels, essays and reviews. Her correspondence, central to her writing and to her life, is at once profound, restless, facetious and frivolous, and offers a colourful picture of English intellectual society at the time. Letters to her friends and loved ones show us a Virginia not in the grip of depression but full of life and benevolence.

The edition

Letters chosen and presented by Eusebio Trabucchi.

May 20, 2020
Epistolary
64 pages
100 × 165 mm
7,95 €
9788831312127
978-8-8313-1212-7
Translated from English by Louise Boudonnat and Delphine Ménage

Collection “Les Plis” les livres prêts-à-expédier