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Virginia Woolf : and the women who shaped her world / Gillian Gill.

By: Gill, Gillian.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Boston ; New York : Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2019Description: xxiv, 408 str. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9781328683953.Subject(s): Woolf, Virginia, 1882-1941 -- Friends and associates | Woolf, Virginia, 1882-1941 -- Family | Woolf, Virginia prijatelji i suradnici | Woolf, Virginia obiteljAdditional physical formats: Online version:: Virginia Woolf
Contents:
Virginia Woolf's Indian ancestresses : Thérèse de l'Etang and Adeline Pattle -- Pattledom -- High society -- Finders keepers -- William and Isabella -- Anny and Minny -- Virginia Woolf's mad, bad sister -- Julia Prinsep Jackson Duckworth Stephen -- Stella Duckworth Hills -- A close conspiracy -- From Cambridge to Bloomsbury -- The landmark year -- The great betrayal -- Vanessa's way part 1 -- Virginia's way part 1 -- Vanessa's way part 2 -- Virginia's way part 2 -- Epilogue : the Bell children and their aunt.
Summary: "An insightful, witty look at Virginia Woolf through the lens of the extraordinary women closest to her"--
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Virginia Woolf's Indian ancestresses : Thérèse de l'Etang and Adeline Pattle -- Pattledom -- High society -- Finders keepers -- William and Isabella -- Anny and Minny -- Virginia Woolf's mad, bad sister -- Julia Prinsep Jackson Duckworth Stephen -- Stella Duckworth Hills -- A close conspiracy -- From Cambridge to Bloomsbury -- The landmark year -- The great betrayal -- Vanessa's way part 1 -- Virginia's way part 1 -- Vanessa's way part 2 -- Virginia's way part 2 -- Epilogue : the Bell children and their aunt.

"An insightful, witty look at Virginia Woolf through the lens of the extraordinary women closest to her"--

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