A Change of Perspective; Edited by Nigel Nicolson
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London: Hogarth Press, (1977). First edition. Hardcover. Book Condition: Fine. with slight creasing on top of spine. Dust Jacket: Near fine with slight yellowing on back and flaps. 600 pp.
Opening soon after Virginia Woolf met Vita Sackville-West and culminating with the publication of "Orlando", this volume of letters covers Bloomsbury's most triumphant period. This was the time when Woolf wrote five of her best-known books, including "Mrs. Dalloway" and "To the Lighthouse", and whilst she became one of the most famous writers of her generation, many of her friends - Lytton Strachey, T.S. Eliot, E.M. Forster - had become equally eminent. The slow evolution of Virginia's affair with Vita is traced through some of her wittiest letters, while her correspondence with her sister Vanessa and other friends reveals a strong sympathy with people beneath her ironic view of life.