A haunted house that holds the mystery of the human heart; a challenge to read the contents of a library -- that reveals how dismally bad all too many books are. Five faces in a train compartment that among them become an unwritten novel. . . . a garden that holds the memory of love. Monday or Tuesday contains eight beautiful tales from the strange beautful mind of Virginia Woolf, one of the 20th century's most innovative -- and most disturbing, and most disturbed -- writers. This gorgeous collection reveals Woolf's style and imagination in all their delicate brilliance.