Descripción de editorial
In April 1937, the New York Times trumpeted:
Virginia Woolf's Richest Novel
In “The Years” Her Art Reaches Its
Fullest Development to Date
The Years is the finest novel Virginia Woolf has ever written.
—David Garnett, New Statesman & Nation
The Years is inspired throughout — a brilliant fantasia of all time's problems, age and youth, change and permanence, truth and illusion.”
—London Times Literary Supplement
Lovely as The Waves was, The Years goes far behind and beyond it, giving its characters a local habitation and a name, and expressing Mrs. Woolf's purpose in the novel more richly than it has ever been done before.
—New York Times Book Review