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The AgeWhat interests Maria DiBattista is not who Woolf actually was—the flesh and blood woman—but the multiple personalities that emanate from her books. Reading a writer familiar to us is, in many ways, no different from seeing people we know, she says. In both cases, the person we think we know is a composite of the various facets of them we have glimpsed.
— Fiona Capp