Virginia Woolf as “Subject”

Virginia Woolf continues to be a writer that attracts intense interest and study. Publications about her life and work appeared during her lifetime and have only increased in number and format since her death as succeeding generations try to approach her from various perspectives.

2.  Hermione Lee.  Virginia Woolf's nose: essays on biography.  Princeton University Press, 2005.

5.  Aaron Rosenblatt. Virginia Woolf for beginners.  New York: Writers and Readers,1987.

6.  Afterwords: letters on the death of Virginia Woolf.  Edited by Sybil Oldfield.   Rutgers University Press, 2005.

11.  Time, the weekly newsmagazine. April 12, 1937.  Cover photo of Virginia Woolf by Man Ray.


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