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The Recorded Voice Of Virginia Woolf

Docs & Non-Fiction (Art & Entertainment), Viral (Time Capsule)
[ 7:38 - from YouTube ]

For literature and history lovers both: This is the only surviving recording of Virginia Woolf's voice. It is part of a BBC radio broadcast from April 29th, 1937. The talk was called "Craftsmanship" and was part of a series entitled "Words Fail Me." 

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Starting out as an executive assistant to the head of the contemporary music department at Triad Artists, April has more than fifteen years of experience in the entertainment industry, and transitioned her career over five years ago to primarily writing online about celebrity life, prominent below the line craftspeople and all things smallscreen.  April also has read her original stories at DeLauné Michel's Spoken Interludes, contributed to NPR, done featured segments for Jack FM and is a regular on Blog Talk Radio's TV Talk.

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