Woolf Everlasting

Virginia Woolf’s final novel, Between the acts, was published posthumously by Leonard.  Since that time, her works continue to be made available in many forms and languages, and not only her novels, but also editions of her Letters and Diaries. The ongoing nature of this work is evident with the recent announcement that volumes 5 and 6 of her Essays will be published in 2007 and 2008 under the new editorship of Stuart Clarke.

1.  Virginia Woolf. Between the acts.  London: The Hogarth Press, 1941.

2.  The sayings of Virginia Woolf.  Edited by Luce Bonnerot.  London : Duckworth, 1996.

3.  The letters of Virginia Woolf.  Edited by Nigel Nicolson.  v. 1  The flight of the mind, 1888-1912.  London: The Hogarth Press, 1975. Dust jacket designed by Angelica Garnett, Virginia’s niece.  The editor was the son of Vita Sackville-West.

4.  The diary of Virginia Woolf. Introduced by Quentin Bell; edited by Anne Olivier Bell. v. 1  1915-1919.  London: The Hogarth Press, 1977. Dust jacket designed by Duncan Grant.

5.  The essays of Virginia Woolf . Edited by Andrew McNeillie. v. 3  1918-1924.  The Hogarth Press, 1986.  Dust jacket based on that by Vanessa Bell for The common reader. Second series..

6.  A writer's diary: being extracts from the diary of Virginia Woolf.  Edited by Leonard Woolf.  London: The Hogarth Press , 1953. Dust jacket designed by Vanessa Bell.

7.  Virginia Woolf.  Una stanza tutta per sé.   Trento: Guaraldi, c1995.

 8.  Virginia Woolf. Eget vaerelse. Copenhagen: Samlerens Piccolobøger, 1973.

9.   Virginia Woolf. Wlasny pokój. Trzy gwinee. Warszawa: Wydawnictwo Sic!, c2002.

10.  Virginia Woolf.  Heder mishellakh.  Tel Aviv:  1981.

11.   Virginia Woolf. Una cambra pròpia.  Traducció catalana d'Helena Valentí.  Barcelona : Deriva Editorial, 1996.

 12.  Virginia Woolf.  Zi ji di fang jian. Taibei Shi: Tian pei wen hua you xian gong si, 2000.

 13.  Virginia Woolf.  Une chambre à soi.   Paris : Denoël, 1995.


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