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Jacob's Room is a novel by English writer Virginia Woolf, first published in 1922. Set in pre-war England, the book tells the story of Jacob Flanders. Moving away from Woolf's more conventional previous novels, this more experimental one is told almost entirely through what other characters (particularly the women in his life) think of Jacob. From childhood, through to college and on into adulthood, the reader is told the story of the man, but the narrative is presented in such a way that we never really get a concrete idea of who Jacob is, rather he exists in the book as simply a collection of memories.
This book has 55,089 words, 96 pages in the PDF version, and was originally published in 1922.
Production notes: This ebook of Jacob's Room was published by Global Grey on the 27th June 2018, and updated on the 3rd March 2023. The artwork used for the cover is 'Portrait of I. A. Malyutin' - by Aristarkh Lentulov.
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