How Should One Read a Book In Virginia Woolf wrote an essay entitled How Should One Read a Book to deliver as a lecture at a private girls school in Kent England In revised form it appears to have been first published in

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  • In 1926 Virginia Woolf wrote an essay entitled, How Should One Read a Book to deliver as a lecture at a private girls school in Kent, England In revised form it appears to have been first published in The Yale Review, October, 1926 Along with other essays, it first appeared in book form in Woolf s The Common Reader Second Series in 1932.

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    1. Virginia Woolf

      Adeline Virginia Woolf was an English novelist and essayist regarded as one of the foremost modernist literary figures of the twentieth century.During the interwar period, Woolf was a significant figure in London literary society and a member of the Bloomsbury Group Her most famous works include the novels Mrs Dalloway 1925 , To the Lighthouse 1927 , and Orlando 1928 , and the book length essay A Room of One s Own 1929 with its famous dictum, a woman must have money and a room of her own if she is to write fiction.

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    1. Eppure sono poche le persone che chiedono ai libri quello che possono dare Pi comunemente ci ritroviamo davanti ai libri con le idee incerte e confuse, chiedendo alla narrativa di essere vera, alla poesia di essere falsa, alla biografia di essere lusinghiera, alla storia di rafforzare i nostri pregiudizi Se, quando leggiamo, potessimo mettere da parte tutti questi preconcetti, sarebbe gi un buon inizio Non date ordini al vostro autore, provate a immedesimarvi in lui Siate per lui un compagno di [...]


    2. This chapbook edition of a Virginia Woolf lecture was a bonus included in the first package of this year s inaugural edition of the Parisian bookstore Shakespeare and Company s Year of Reading subscription series The subscription provides 12 books chosen by the store over the course of the year in 3 mailings with assorted bookbags, poems typed by the store s tumbleweeds, bookmarks posters based on my 1st package.I was enormously pleased with the first package which included Exit West signed edit [...]


    3. Dans mon dition, Comment lire un livre est le dernier essai du bouquin Il vient conclure une longue s rie de critiques litt raires parues dans diff rents journaux Mieux que des critiques, ce sont en fait des portraits de livres Elle parle de ces livres comme elle d crirait des personnages Elle cherche les comprendre Elle veut savoir ce que veut dire l auteur, comment il s y prend, est ce qu il r ussit dans son entreprise Le gros b mol de ce bouquin, c est que les auteurs anglais dont elle parle [...]


    4. Respondiendo de manera breve a la pregunta hecha por Virginia Un libro debe leerse desde el coraz n, devorarlo con curiosidad y generosidad emocional tomarlo y hacerlo nuestro digerirlo el tiempo necesario para luego reci n compararlo con el canon de libros que hemos le do, y guardarlo como en una biblioteca dentro de nuestra alma Aun as , qui n lee para conseguir un fin, por m s deseable que sea Nohay algunas actividades que practicamos porque son buenas en s mismas, yalgunos placeres que son i [...]


    5. La lettura libert Ammettere delle autorit nelle nostre biblioteche, per quanto togate e con tanto di ermellino, e permettere loro di dirci come leggere, cosa leggere, che valore dare a ci che leggiamo, significa distruggere quello spirito di libert che come il respiro di quei santuari In qualsiasi altro luogo siamo costretti da leggi e convenzioni qui, non ce ne sono Amen, cara Virginia Non potrei essere pi d accordo con te.


    6. An essay about reading and critique by the author of one of my all time favorites A Room of One s Own If you have any interest in the place of women in writing, Woolf set the bar for how to talk about it than eighty years ago.


    7. Con V Woolf no puedo ser objetiva Es una autora que me encanta c mo se expresa, los temas que ha tratado en su obra y su figura como tal Mi pasi n por ella aumenta cuando leo sus ensayos y sus relatos, que son mi parte favorita de su obra.En este peque o ensayo se lee muy r pido y sirve si quieres hacerte una idea de hacia donde se encaminaban las preocupaciones de la autora aborda el tema de la literatura desde el punto de vista del lector.En l ensalza dos normas esenciales que los lectores deb [...]


    8. El lector, en su acercamiento a la lectura y esto lo subraya Woolf desde el principio en este delicioso y reconfortante texto , debe atender a sus propios instintos el nico consejo sobre la lectura que puede dar una persona a otra, apunta la autora, es que no acepte consejos Bajo esta premisa, Virginia se aventura a formular ciertas consideraciones personal simas, se entiende sobre c mo acercarse a ciertos libros y formar, de un modo amplio, un juicio no nicamente sobre un texto en particular, s [...]


    9. Yo no puedo ser objetiva al hablar de Virginia Woolf porque es una de mis escritoras favoritas Este ensayo me pareci muy interesante, muy entretenido, muy f cil de leer, gil y ameno Si le podr a criticar en que si bien siento que la intenci n de la autora no fue caer en el prescriptivismo si cae un poco en ese juego a medida de que el libro avanza.Es una lectura muy recomendable que me ha encantado Adem s me gust much simo la edici n de este libro, me pareci muy bien muy cuidada y muy completa p [...]




    10. A reasonable exploration of the different reading styles required for different books It s not as in depth as Adler or Van Doren but it still raises interesting points, especially on fiction.


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