The East Hampton Star, July 19, 2012
Sightings of literary legends on the East End are almost commonplace, but a look into the heart and mind of Virginia Woolf is a rare opportunity. Through the end of the summer, Glenn Horowitz Bookseller in East Hampton is showcasing an important collection documenting the life and work of the writer and feminist — manna to Woolf enthusiasts.
From the library of William Beekman, the collection is being sold as a unit and, alas, will soon disappear into institutional or private hands. We may never again gain such rich insight into the private Woolf, literary and personal.