Virginia Woolf's Late Essays

An 'indispensable' collection
Trev Broughton reviews Volume 6 of The Essays of Virginia Woolf (1933–1941) in the Times Literary Supplement: 'The new collection will prove itself indispensable to serious Woolfians, even if, as is likely in the case of Mark Hussey’s well-argued decision to de-italicize the pageant scenes in the unfinished Between the Acts, it generates further controversy.' [Read More]

Also at A Piece of Monologue: