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Old 04-21-2009, 03:36 PM   #6
zelda_pinwheel
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I'll try Nicola Griffith, then. Thanks

@Zelda: I have read Orlando, and I liked it. But I like the film better though. If you liked the book and haven't seen the film, you should try watch it. If you are interested in Vita Sackville-West and Virginia Woolf and their lives and times, I can recommend Nigel Nicholson's "Portrait of a marriage". It's a portrait of his parents, Vita and ??, and their marriage, and among other things, also his mother's lover Violet Trefusis. It's very entertaining.
thanks for the recommendation ! i haven't seen the film. i will try to check it out.
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