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Genius and ink : Virginia Woolf on how to read —Woolf, Virginia, 1882-1941, author.

In the early years of its existence, the Times Literary Supplement published some of the finest writers in English: T. S. Eliot, Henry James and E. M. Forster among them. But one of the paper's defining voices was Virgin...

To the lighthouse —Woolf, Virginia, 1882-1941, author.

At their holiday home in Cornwall, a distant lighthouse holds a haunting attraction for the members of an Edwardian family as disillusionment, turmoil, and a world on the brink of war plague the family's relationships.

Mrs Dalloway —Woolf, Virginia, 1882-1941, author.

'Sally stopped; picked a flower; kissed her on the lips.' On a June morning in 1923, Clarissa Dalloway is preparing for a party and remembering her past. Elsewhere in London, Septimus Smith is suffering from shell-shock ...


Orlando, an English nobleman at the start, defies nature, lives over 400 years, undergoes a gender transformation--all a mix of sex, adventure, tight humor, and illusion.

To the lighthouse —Woolf, Virginia, 1882-1941.
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Broken apart into three sections with a nearby lighthouse serving as the novel's constant, Virginia Woolf's modernist classic To The Lighthouse revolves around the Ramsays and their summer home on the shores of Scotland....

To the lighthouse —Woolf, Virginia, 1882-1941.

TO THE LIGHTHOUSE is considered Virginia Woolf's most autobiographical novel. In this groundbreaking work, she set out to describe her most deeply felt memories, to sum up the layers of feeling surrounding the death of ...

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