Tout ce que je vous dois : Lettres à ses amies

The most airy and daring letters of an icon of freedom and independence. An incomparable author, Virginia Woolf (1882-1941) also proved to be an unparalleled friend: direct and empathetic, curious and attentive.
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Virginia Woolf opens up here to her life-old friends, those who, more than any other, have penetrated her secret world of passions and thought. Designed to be shipped, Les Plis are small bound books, covered with a jacket that transforms into an envelope. The coherence of the Plis lies as much in their form as in their content, which is also "postal".

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Black and white illustrations.

French Language

Virginia Woolf is an English novelist and essayist. Her books marked the beginning of the 20th century and continue to influence the culture of today, almost a century after they were written. Letters selected and presented by Eusebio Trabucchi.
L'Orma éditions
16,5 x 10
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