The author is too often reduced to her death—we break past that into who Virginia Woolf really was, as a woman and writer.
A reader recounts an in-class rebellion to fight for space to discuss queerness in Woolf's ORLANDO, and how that rebellion encouraged her as a reader.
Here's a small guide to help you ease into this formidable author's fiction, and to show you where to start with Virginia Woolf books.
Sometimes it takes me a long while to read a big author, let alone collect quotes from them. Virginia Woolf was one of those authors. She isn't now.
If you didn't get into Moby-Dick when you read it in school, try it again in Anthony Heald's sardonic audiobook narration.
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A reader shares her favorite short first lines and asks for yours.