By Virginia Woolf
Última novela de Virginia Woolf, Entre actos es los angeles obra que los angeles autora escribió antes de suicidarse, en 1941. Fue publicada póstumamente y enseguida se consideró una obra maestra, l. a. quintaesencia de su carrera novelística, una de las aportaciones más brillantes y decisivas a l. a. literatura europea del siglo XX.
La historia transcurre durante el verano de 1939 en Pointz corridor, l. a. casa de campo de l. a. familia Oliver desde hace más de un siglo. El valuable evento de l. a. novela es los angeles representación de los angeles obra teatral que todos los años se organiza en el pueblo, escrita y dirigida esta vez por los angeles vehemente señorita l. a. Trobe, que refleja l. a. historia de Inglaterra desde los angeles Edad Media hasta los días previos al estallido de l. a. Segunda Guerra Mundial. Presente y pasado, l. a. historia más lejana y los angeles historia que está a punto de ocurrir, el mundo remoto y el mundo que ya empieza a desaparecer se entrelazan en esta prodigiosa novela, el último acto de una de las representaciones literarias más poderosas, valientes y perdurables de todos los tiempos.
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Entre actos by Virginia Woolf