Craftmanship Summary
Virginia Woolf

Everything you need to understand or teach Craftmanship by Virginia Woolf.

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Craftmanship Overview

"Craftsmanship" is a short essay by English author Virginia Woolf. It was originally delivered as a talk as part of the BBC's Words Fail Me series on April 29, 1937. As such, it is the only surviving recording of Woolf's voice. The essay was later published in the collection The Death of the Moth and Other Essays in 1942, one year after Woolf's death in 1941. "Craftsmanship" discusses the nature of words and the English language. It explores themes like the history of words, the responsibility of writers, and the wonder of the human mind.

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