Virginia Woolf – at war’s end

This is the third and final of Ruth‘s series of three podcast “performances” tied to “this time of the year”: Remembrance Sunday season. All three of them are very beautiful and very moving. They’re beautiful not least because Ruth voices them. Ruth with that infinitely beautiful BBC Radio 4 and actress voice of hers.

They’re taken from ‘War Girls’Ruth‘s one-woman show about women’s poetry and prose in the First World War.  It was made into a recording.  Ruth has performed it in venues all over the country.

Three women of genius – four counting Ruth – responding to ‘The Great War.’

This piece is by Virginia Woolf.  It’s a 1918 Diary entry about the homefront in the immediate aftermath of the armistice. London 102 years ago almost to the day.

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