Novels. The Voyage Out (1915); Night and Day (1919); Jacob's Room (1922
); Mrs Dalloway (1925); To the Lighthouse (1927) ...
Jul 7, 1997 ... After Night and Day, Woolf's U.S. publisher is Harcourt Brace. This list includes
primarily works published during Woolf's lifetime. See also the ...
Virginia Woolf. Biography of Virginia Woolf and a searchable collection of works.
In 1878, Leslie Stephen and Julia Jackson Duckworth married, a second
marriage for both. They gave birth to Adeline Virginia Stephen four years lat...
Born Adeline Virginia
Stephen in 1882, Virginia Woolf
learned early on that it was her fate to be "the daughter of educated men." Although she received no formal schooling, exposure to her father's vast library, coupled with an innate ability to craft language and a va... More »
Sep 22, 2015 ... Virginia Woolf, 1882-1941 ... Virginia Woolf (January 25, 1882 - March 28, 1941)
was a English author and ... novels and over 500 essays.
“Without Virginia Woolf at the center of it, it would have remained formless or ....
the sexual life of women frankly, but her own works discuss sex rather indirectly.
May 22, 2012 ... 19 books based on 26 votes: To the Lighthouse by Virginia Woolf, ... List limited
to Woolf's published novels, short stories, drama, and essays.
Most of Woolf's works are in print, were recently in print, or are in process of being
reprinted; the only significant exceptions are her three Russian translations ...
Wayne McGregor's new ballet triptych is inspired by the works of Virginia Woolf,
with an original score by Max Richter (Infra).