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I've run across some great links concerning this quiet genius of the Modernists, all are suitable for fans and those new to her work, alike. Do check them out and get to know this great author. Then hit the library and see what the fuss is really all about! ;o)
new! Modern Literature
Short student essays concerning various themes in various VW titles
new! Women's Group unearth's Woolf Play
Virginia Woolf and Modernism
This one is an essay site covering Ms. Woolf's place in the Modernist Movement of the early 20th century, as well as her essays divulging her thoughts on the movement. Very interesting!
The Bloomsbury Group
Virginia Woolf, Vita Sackville-West, Snobbishness, Art and Writing, Intellectual Pursuits, and Black Beetles
This one I found very interesting. All about Ms. Woolf's relationship to her own circle of friends, and to London society, at large. Bravo to the author of this intriguing essay! It was a pleasure to find it.
Twentieth Century Literature: "Night and Day Is Dead": Virginia Woolf in London "Literary and Historic".(Critical Essay)
The title about says it all. It's a very good article, and thorough. Do check it out
Heroine Worship: Virginia Woolf, The Voyage In
New York Times article concerning Virginia's Woolf's life, and the impact of her work on the Bloomsbury Society.
A few bios of Ms. Woolf
Gale - Free Resources - Women's History Month - Biography - Virginia Woolf
Books and Writers: Virginia Woolf
Another good bio.
Art and Culture Artist: Virginia Woolf
The Women Behind Mrs. Woolf (a review of a new book concerning Virginia Woolf)
Selected Bindings by Viriginia Woolf
This one is a museum site, displaying the books Ms. Woolf put together, by hand, for the Bloomsbury group press in the early 20th century. Very neat. :o)
new! Only known recording of Viriginia Woolf speaking
And even more...
Cause for Fear: Sexual Apprehension in the Writings of Virginia Woolf
"George Eliot" by Virginia Woolf
An essay Virginia Woolf wrote about George Eliot
A Woolf at the Table by Gary Allen
An essay about food appearances in the works of Virginia Woolf.
Virginia Woolf Miscellany Page
new! The Virginia Woolf Archive
The International Virginia Woolf Society
An international Virginia Woolf appreciation group
Study Questions for To the Lighthouse
Quotes from A Room of One's Own
Study Questions For A Room of One's Own
2004 IVWS Bibliography.htm
A listing of everything published about VW up to the present.
Virginia Woolf At the Modern Word
More to come...
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