Tag: Virginia Woolf

Virginia Woolf: Flush

This story of Elizabeth Barrett Browning’s cocker spaniel, Flush, enchants right from the opening pages. Although Flush has adventures of his own with bullying dogs, horrid maids, and robbers, he also provides the reader with a glimpse into Browning’s life. Introduction by Trekkie Ritchie. Most of us know Virginia Woolf’s work:  Mrs. Dalloway, To the Lighthouse, Orlando. However,

Beginning Again

Do you have a historical figure that you cannot get over? For me, that person is Virginia Woolf. I haven’t even read that many of her books–but I love reading books about her. In high school, I came across her journals–a big thick volume that attracted me instantly. Then I watched and read The Hours by

A Room of One's Own

A Room of One’s Own… This is one of those books that leaves me a bit mystified about what to write. Generally, I enjoy Virginia Woolf, but this is more an essay or a lecture than one of her novels. It’s also an adventure in feminism, which is a complicated subject for me. Am I

Imaginatively s…

Imaginatively she is of the highest importance; practically she is completely insignificant. She pervades poetry from cover to cover; she is all but absent from history. She dominates the lives of kings and conquerors in fiction; in fact she was the slave on any boy whose parents forced a ring up on her finger. Some
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