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The Virginia Woolf Collection includes 11 books:
Much like its predecessor Orlando, Flush is a genre-defying blend of biography and fantasy, and an accessible yet stylistically innovative jeu d’esprit. Contains notes.
An extraordinary departure from traditional forms of the novel, Jacob’s Room is both an elegiac and experimental tale told in pieces and fragments, and one of Virginia Woolf ’s most poignant stories. This edition contains extra material on Virginia Woolf’s life and works, notes on the text and a select bibliography.
Monday or Tuesday is the only collection of short stories that Virginia Woolf published during her lifetime, providing a fascinating insight into the early stages of development of themes that would blossom in her later masterpieces. This edition contains extra material on Virginia Woolf’s life and works, notes on the text and a select bibliography.
One of Virginia Woolf’s most famous novels, Mrs Dalloway is a triumph of experimentation, a cornerstone of Modernism and a subtle examination of love, freedom, mental illness and the female condition in society. This edition contains extra material and notes, a select bibliography.
By far the most accessible and traditional of all Virginia Woolf’s novels, Night and Day is a powerful evocation of a fast-changing world, and, though conventional in style, addresses many of the author’s recurring preoccupations, such as the role of women in society and the difficulties in reconciling love and marriage.
A “fantastical biography” inspired by the life of the flamboyant writer Vita Sackville-West, Orlando is an amusing and eccentric jeu d’esprit, as well as a groundbreaking exploration of gender issues. This edition contains extra material on Virginia Woolf’s life and works, notes on the text and a select bibliography.
A seminal, widely studied feminist polemic that touches on both literature and politics. This edition contains extra material on Virginia Woolf’s life and works, notes on the text and a select bibliography.
Rich in symbolism, daring in style, elegiac in tone and encapsulating Virginia Woolf’s ideas on life, art and human relationships, To the Lighthouse is a landmark of twentieth-century literature and one of the high points of early Modernism. This edition contains extra material on Virginia Woolf’s life and works, notes on the text and a select bibliography
Published in 1915 after a long period of gestation and several drafts, The Voyage Out marks Virginia Woolf’s debut as a novelist. Perhaps the most accessible of her major works, it is essential both for understanding the early development of her style and for the light it sheds on her own biography and artistic vision.
Considered by some to be Virginia Woolf’s most ambitious novel, showcasing her Modernist narrative techniques at their finest, The Waves casts a visionary and lyrical light on everyday life. This edition contains extra material on Virginia Woolf’s life and works, notes on the text and a select bibliography.
The most ambitious of Woolf ’s novels, and the last one to be published during her lifetime, The Years is a work suff used with a haunting, melancholy sense of time and history, and a stylistic tour de force.
The most famous member of the Bloomsbury Group, Virginia Woolf (1882–1941) was a novelist, essayist and critic. Her writing established her as one of Modernism’s leading exponents, as well as a pioneering feminist. Her most famous works include To the Lighthouse, Orlando and Mrs Dalloway.