WITH INTRODUCTIONS BY ANGELICA GARNETT AND JO SHAPCOTT
In Night and Day, Virginia Woolf portrays her elder sister Vanessa in the person of Katharine Hilbery - the gifted daughter of a distinguished literary family, trapped in an environment which will not allow her to express herself.
Looking at questions raised by love and marriage, Night and Day paints an unforgettable picture of the London intelligensia before the First World War, with psychological insight, compassion and humour.
Virginia Woolf stands as the chief figure of modernism in England and must be included with Joyce and Proust in the realisation of experimental achievements that have completely broken with tradition
Virginia Woolf was one of the great innovators of that decade of literary Modernism, the 1920s
Mornings and afternoons becoming one and the same? Days turning to weeks? Try reading to get a grasp on a routine.
This radical portrayal of gender-fluidity and love letter to the female muse is the perfect accompaniment to Palme D’or nominee Portrait of a Lady on Fire, out this week.
These beautiful Vintage Classic editions of Virginia Woolf’s greatest works will have you wanting to dive into the stories but where do you begin reading this famous member of the Bloomsbury Group? Enthusiastic Woolf fan, Eric Karl Anderson of LonesomeReader, gives his thoughts on how to start and why you’ll want to keep reading the work of this brilliant author.