- VirginiaAdeline Virginia Stephen Woolf, 1882–1941, English novelist, essayist, and critic.
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As a college student, I was lucky enough to visit Charleston on a tour of Virginia Woolf related sites.House of Cads: Growing Up Amid the Weirdness of Bloomsbury
April 10, 2014
Lakoff and Woolf—and the groups with which they affiliate—reject the core identity of Israel as a Jewish State.What to Make of Le Mood's Decision to Disinvite Speakers Over Israel Politics?
November 4, 2013
From Bellow to Woolf, Matt Seidel on the mystical workings of just 24 hours.One Perfect Summer Day in Virginia Woolf, Saul Bellow and Others
September 25, 2013
Upon its completion Woolf had gifted it to its inspiration, Vita.Touching Sylvia Plath’s Hair
February 11, 2013
Elsewhere in the book, Woolf writes, “These changes of mood wear us out.”‘Far From the Tree’ Author Andrew Solomon’s Book Bag
December 4, 2012
But, Phebe, they have a young Woolf over there; so look out he doesn't catch you.A Little Girl of Long Ago
Amanda Millie Douglas
At Hornerstown he baptized three members of the Woolf family.Wilford Woodruff
Matthias F. Cowley
Among the most prominent of these were Trevithick and Woolf.
Woolf's engine is stopped at Herland, and I have orders to proceed.Life of Richard Trevithick, Volume II (of 2)
Wolfe, Charles (woolf), an Irish clergyman and poet, born 1791.Elson Grammar School Literature, Book Four.
William H. Elson
- Leonard Sidney. 1880–1969, English publisher and political writer
- his wife, Virginia . 1882–1941, English novelist and critic. Her novels, which include Mrs Dalloway (1925), To the Lighthouse (1927), The Waves (1931), and Between the Acts (1941), employ such techniques as the interior monologue and stream of consciousness