Zoe Wolstenholme, who joined Blogging Woolf as a contributing writer just this year, readily agreed to review the work by biographer and critic Ira Nadel. Titled Virginia Woolf, it is part of Reaktion Books’ “Critical Lives” series and is included in the University of Chicago Press catalog.
Wolstenholme’s review, “The bowl that one fills and fills,” was published online Oct. 1.
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this is truly a Critical Life; the biography focuses on Woolf’s writing and its relationship with both her own and others’ critical thought – Zoe Wolstenholme, “The bowl that one fills and fills,” Open Letters Monthly, Oct. 1, 2016.
Other new tomes
- Charleston Farmhouse: A Photographic Recollection of the Home of the Bloomsbury Group in Sussex by Kim Marsland. The book is based on Marsland’s two visits to the home and includes previously unpublished photographs taken before Charleston’s restoration.
- Kew Gardens, illustrated by Livi Mills and distributed for Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.