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Woolf, Virginia, 1882-1941
The waves / Virginia Woolf ; edited by Michael Herbert, Susan Sellers ; with research by Ian Blyth
Cambridge ed
Oxford ; New York : Cambridge University Press, c2011
book jacket
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 4th Floor  PR6045.O72 W3 2011    AVAILABLE
Subject(s) Identity (Psychology) -- Fiction
Friendship -- Fiction
Physical Description cxvii, 456p.: ill.; 23cm
Summary "The Waves is one of the greatest achievements in modern literature. Commonly considered the most important, challenging and ravishingly poetic of Virginia Woolf's novels, it was in her own estimation 'the most complex and difficult of all my books'. This edition will be the most authoritative, most fully collated and annotated text available to scholars to date, and for considerable time to come. It maps the text of The Waves from the first British edition to all other editions published in Woolf's lifetime, as well as to all extant proofs. The text is presented in clearly readable form, with page-by-page direction to emendation, variants, and notes. The substantial introduction includes a detailed account of the novel's composition, publication and early critical reception. There are extensive explanatory notes on the text, a full chronology of composition and publication and a more general chronology covering Woolf's life and works"-- Provided by publisher
Note Includes bibliographical references
Series The Cambridge edition of the works of Virginia Woolf
Alternate Author Herbert, Michael, 1949-
Sellers, Susan
Blyth, Ian

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