Objective: Editor's Note/Introduction The editor states that one of the most important things to see in this collection of writings is how Virginia grew as both a person and a writer. The objective of this lesson will be to discuss how something like this could be monitored through a collection like this, and why this would be so important to see.
1) Class Discussion: Read aloud with the class the part where the editor talks about how the growth in Virginia Woolf's writing expertise can be seen by reading and comparing the essays that are included in this collection. Why is this so important? How could progress like this be seen? How did they set up this book so that this progress could be easily tracked? Do you like this set-up? Why or why not? Do you think that is the most important part about reading this...
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