Book Review: Oh, To Be a Painter!

Oh, to be a Painter!
By Virginia Woolf
Review by Jack
In this wee series of essays and snippets, I found Woolf at her most playful. When freed from the restrictions of the long-form novel, Woolf’s writing seems to become much looser, more experimental and fun. It makes sense that her writing on painting would bring her most to life – she uses words in such a painterly abstract way!