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Night and Day
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Bibliographic Detail
Publisher Lightning Source Inc
Publication date June 20, 2012
Pages 205
Binding Paperback
Book category Adult Fiction
ISBN-13 9781486146901
ISBN-10 1486146902
Dimensions 0.50 by 7.50 by 9.50 in.
Weight 0.85 lbs.
Original list price $9.94
Summaries and Reviews description: Product Description: Woolf portrays the fascinations of self-discovery through relationships with other people, and she also looks into the intricacies of love-are we aware of love? What is the importance of love in a persons life? Does one need it to be happy? Taking a peek into the answers of these questions along with adding delightful humor that made me laugh out loud made this book terrific. The characters are interesting and you can choose for yourself whether or not you like them. I would definitely recommend this book-its many levels are enjoyable for all ages and both sexes!

Virginia Woolf does such a wonderful job of revealing the many facets of an individual. In this book, she applies that task to couples in love. It is a marvel that she not only identifies the many nuances of a glance, a word, a movement, but that she also conveys them to the reader in a perfect sentence. This book, unlike some of her others, seems written to appeal to a broader audience. It is easier than some of her other fiction, but is by no means a bore for Woolf fans.

As in the other Virginia Woolf books I have read, what strikes me first and foremost is the wonderful writing. The descriptions are phenomenal, starting with the surroundings and continuing with the characters facial expressions. Some of the passages are pure poetry and the characters are beautifully and consistently drawn out. Oddly, although we know that Katharine is beautiful, we do not get a description of her, or of any other person in the story, with the exception of William Rodney. Woolf became a little heavy when it went into the minds of the characters who are in crises, but as one reaches the end of the book, all is forgiven.

An excellent read!

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