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Nurse Lugton’s Curtain – Virginia Woolf’s little-known and lovely children’s 1924 story about the whimsy of dreams, revealed decades after the author’s death and revived in gorgeous watercolors.

Nurse Lugton’s CurtainVirginia Woolf’s little-known and lovely children’s 1924 story about the whimsy of dreams, revealed decades after the author’s death and revived in gorgeous watercolors.

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    I can’t believe I didn’t know this about Virginia Woolf. Also, I wanna buy all of the children’s books by famous adult...