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Virginia in Vogue

Entertainment / Books : The Millions

Look back on an article Virginia Woolf wrote for Vogue in 1924. Staff writer emeritus Emily Colette Wilkinson tackles Woolf’s difficult text, To the Lighthouse. The post Virginia in Vogue appeared first on The Millions.

Virginia Woolf Was Anorexic? Meh. That Doesn’t Change Her Legacy

Health : Blisstree: Feel

Virginia Woolf's great niece has decided to drum up some publicity by announcing that the famous feminist writer suffered from anorexia during her lifetime. More » Virginia Woolf Was Anorexic? Meh. That Doesn’t Change Her Legacy is ...

National Portrait Gallery announces first exhibition exploring the life of Virginia Woolf through portraits

Arts : Artdaily

The National Portrait Gallery, London, opens a significant exhibition exploring the life and achievements of Virginia Woolf, one of the most important and celebrated writers of the twentieth century. Virginia Woolf: Art, Life and Vi...

In Woolf’s Clothing: Poetry Advice from Virginia to her Nephew

Writing / Poetry : Harriet: The Blog

The Paris Review Daily shows us a scan of a lovely periwinkle letter from Virginia Woolf to her nephew Julian Thoby Stephen (son of sister Vanessa Bell). When asked, Woolf was known to provide sharp criticism, and her letter reads i...

“I have been boiled in a hell-broth”: T.S. Eliot Writes a Letter to Virginia Woolf

Writing / Poetry : Harriet: The Blog

Check out this letter from T.S. Eliot to Virginia Woolf over at Paris Review. In it he sheds light on such writerly topics as an umbrella in the eye, tax returns, and getting a few essays over to Woolf for inclusion in a publication...


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