All Passion Spent
Publish date: 2016-04-26
Publisher: Vintage Classics
Pages no: 320
Edition language: English
Introduction, by Joanna Lumley--All Passion Spent
I couldn't resist starting my Virago Modern Classics marathon before I finished Inkdeath---sorry Cornelia Funke. I've accumulated quite a few VMCs, so I figured it was time for a marathon. Ah...my first Virago. How perfect it be this... This is a novel of independence, femininity, self-satisfaction,...
bookshelves: published-1931, winter-20132014, radio-4x, lit-richer, classic, those-autumn-years, play-dramatisation, britain-england, families, fradio, lifestyles-deathstyles, filthy-lucre Read from January 12 to 17, 2014 R4xDescription: Adaptation of the 1931 novel by Vita Sackville-West about ...
I found this to be a thoughtful novel about a woman who finally gets to live as she pleases following the death of her husband upsetting the plans of her pompous and calculating children.The middle part of the book focuses on her contemplation of the past; her life always in the background as the wi...
Vita Sackville-West was the great friend (lover) of Virginia Woolf, and this book explores themes similar to those in Woolf's A Room of One's Own. It's beautifully written, totally engaging, and even though it was published in 1931, inspiring and relevant.Here, the "admirably dutiful" life of eight...
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