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You've probably heard those famous words of novelist Virginia Woolf. "In or about December, 1910, human character changed." Well it's one hundred years since Woolf thought those big changes occurred. So what were the changes? And why did they take place? And if human nature changed in 1910, is it still fundamentally the same in 2010? Woolf aficionado Beth Rosenberg will help us explore those questions.

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