Published in 1941, this was Virginia Woolf’s last work.
The novel has no chapter breaks and is a continuous narrative, punctuated by occasional blank lines.
It describes a village pageant, showing how art can be a unifying force (though between the acts the unity breaks down)..
The source was PG Australia.
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