Virginia Woolf was a famous writer, member of the infamous Bloomsbury Group, and fascinating figure. People remember her literary works and also her psychological problems that led to her suicide. What about her sister? Who was the woman that ... Examiner.com, 1 month ago
Two attempts to fictionalise the lives of women at the heart of the Bloomsbury group There should be a name for this genre: the "novel" that spins off the documented lives of the already famous. Chronologically, they act well as a pair: Parmar's ...Austin American Statesman, 1 month ago
It's not often that you wish a book wouldn't end, but Priya Parmar's second novel about the relationship between the artist Vanessa Bell and her sister, Virginia Woolf, is so deliciously gossipy (while occasionally wonderfully prurient), and almost ...The Gulf Today, 1 month ago
Consider these the literary equivalent of a day spa: sink in, tune out, turn page, turn page, turn page. A Small Indiscretion By Jan Ellison 336 pages; Random House Thirty odd years ago, after her alcoholic father spends her savings, a broke ...Huffington Post, 1 month ago
on your WebpageAdd Widget >Get your members hooked!