We meet Jacob as a small boy; follow him through Cambridge, sharing his thoughts on philosophy and literature; and enjoy his travels and romances in Greece. Then we learn how others see him. The remarkable imagery in Virginia Woolf's classic makes some sections of this book seem almost poetical.
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