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Imagining Virginia Woolf:
An Experiment in Critical Biography
Maria DiBattista

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"This book is a lively, original, and very interesting personal reading of Virginia Woolf, sensitively done and well-written. It is clever and illuminating to approach Woolf through the idea of the writerly personae, rather than biographically or in more conventionally critical ways. I enjoyed this book very much and was impressed and refreshed by it."--Hermione Lee, author of Virginia Woolf and Edith Wharton

"Few critics have the skill to make us see anew; few have taken Woolf's love of words and her own study of their characteristics as seriously as DiBattista does here. By the time one finishes the book, DiBattista has given us a new perspective on Woolf, her love of language, and her sense of the relationship between words, the self, and the personalities inscribed therein."--Brenda R. Silver, Dartmouth College

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