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Virginia Woolf A to Z by
Call Number: R 823.912 W8835hu 1996
In Virginia Woolf A-Z, the author's works and autobiographical writings are set in the context of her infamous social milieu. Eight "family" trees map out the complicated relationships and living arrangements of the Bloomsbury Group, and a chronology gives a quick overview of the major events of Woolf's life.
Virginia Woolf Research Starter
Woolf contributed significantly to prose fiction through her experiments with stream of consciousness and characterization. She also influenced critical thought through her analytical essays and reviews.
Virginia Woolf in Critical Survey of Long Fiction
Achievements, biography, and analysis of The Voyage Out, Night and Day, Jacob's Room, Mrs. Dalloway, To the Lighthouse, The Waves, The Years, and a bibliography.
Virginia Woolf in British Writers
Includes critical essay and selected bibliography.
Virginia Woolf in Feminism in Literature
Biography, major works, and critical reception.
Virginia Woolf in British Writers Retrospective Supplement 1
Includes her life, critical writing, feminism, first novels, Jacob's Room, Mrs. Dalloway, To the Lighthouse, Orlando, The Waves, Flush, The Years, Between the Acts, and a bibliography.
Virginia Woolf in The Encyclopedia of Literary and Cultural Theory
Virginia Woolf (1882-1941) was a novelist whose innovations in narrative form and point of view have earned her acclaim as one of the most accomplished modernist writers. She was also an active literary critic, who composed nearly 500 critical pieces (more than 1,000,000 words) over almost 40 years as a professional writer.
Mrs. Dalloway in World Literature and Its Times
Provides events in history at the time of the novel, the noxel in focus, and sources for more information.
Virgina Woolf's Mrs. Dallo Way in British Writers Classics
Includes life and death, character and consciousness, feminist aesthetic, self and selves, importance and influence, and a selected bibliography.
Virginia Woolf: A Concise Biography
This overview of Virginia Woolf's life and work from the Famous Author's series introduces the writer's upperclass family and their many literary friends who cultivated her talents and later inspired characters. The film takes a look at Woolf's response to the early loss of her mother and sister and her mental health struggles thereafter.
Virginia Woolf: A Room of One's Own
In this program, the actress Eileen Atkins re-creates her acclaimed one-woman stage show based on Woolf’s talk, in the original lecture hall at Girton College, Cambridge, where Woolf spoke, and amidst the background of Cambridge, with its distinguished colleges and elegant riverbanks that were the original inspiration for Woolf’s noble and exhilarating talk.
Virginia Woolf: Mrs. Dalloway
Virginia Woolf pushed the boundaries of the novel as a tool for psychological inquiry through her experimentation with subjective and relativistic perceptions of time and events. This program intercuts scenes from a compelling dramatization of Mrs. Dalloway with a portrayal of Virginia Woolf-played by actress Eileen Atkins-who, based on entries from her diary, explicates the story.
Bloomsbury Group: Virginia Woolf
Throughout the 1920s, Virginia Woolf produced a string of groundbreaking works in which she set out to reinvent the novel to suit the British age of doubt. Writers and novelists discuss "Mrs. Dalloway."
International Virginia Woolf Society
The Virginia Woolf Society of Great Britain The International Virginia Woolf Society is devoted to encouraging and facilitating the scholarly study of, critical attention to, and general interest in, the work and career of Virginia Woolf, and to facilitate ways in which all people interested in her writings— scholars, critics, teachers, students, artists and general readers—may learn from one another, meet together, contact each other, and help one another.
The Bloomsbury Group
Includes biographies, art, projects, workshops, influence, and achievements.
The following selected print books are at Columbia College.