Virginia Woolf Writing Styles in Moments of Being

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Perspective

When considering the narrative perspective of Moments of Being, there are two points of view to be taken into account—that of the editor and that of the Virginia Woolf, whose work the editor is exploring. In terms of the former, the book was clearly put together with the intent of deepening knowledge and/or awareness of Virginia Woolf (see "Quotes", p. 7), particularly the relationship between her work and her life and even more particularly, the relationship between her work and her past. That said, there is the clear sense that the book is intended for an audience who has at least some degree of that knowledge already. A reader without such a background would, in all likelihood, enjoy the writings collected here, but would not necessarily take the book in the spirit in which it seems to have been put together; a spirit, which, at least...

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