Virginia Woolf is remembered as both a feminist and a modernist whose novels often ignored traditional plots to follow the inner lives and musings of her characters. As a young woman Woolf moved with her siblings to Gordon Square, Bloomsbury. The house...
Name at Birth:
Adeline Virginia Stephen
January 25, 1882,
March 28, 1941
Biographies. Bell, Quentin. Virginia Woolf: A Biography. Rev. ed. New York:
Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1996. Bennett ...
Learn more about the childhood and literary career of Virginia Woolf, author of To
the Lighthouse and Mrs. Dalloway, at Biography.com.
In 1926 Virginia Woolf contributed an introduction to Victorian Photographs of ...
was a man of letters (and first editor of the Dictionary of National Biography) who
Her father, Leslie Stephen, was the editor of The Cornhill Magazine, as well as a writer of essays and biographies
on literature and philosophy. So, coming as she did from such a literary family, it's not terribly surprising that she became a British novelist,... More »
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The English novelist, critic, and essayist Virginia Woolf ranks as one of England's
most distinguished writers of the middle part of the twentieth century.
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Biography of Virginia Woolf. Virginia Woolf Headshot. In 1878, Leslie Stephen
and Julia Jackson Duckworth married, a second marriage for both. They gave ...