The Novels of Virginia Woolf.
Methuen; Holms & Meier, 1977. 236 pp.
(ed.) Virginia Woolf. To the Lighthouse. Penguin
Books, 1992. 268 pp. [with introduction and notes].
(ed.) Virginia Woolf. The Years. Oxford University
Press, 1992. pp. xii-xxxvi. [with introduction].
Virginia Woolf. Chatto
& Windus, 1996; Knopf, 1997; Vintage papgerback, 1997 [winner
of the British Academy Rose Mary Crawshay Prize, 1997].
Virginia Woolf. A Room of One's Own and Three
Guineas. Hogarth Press, 1984. Revised and reissued as the introduction
to Three Guineas, Hogarth Press, 1991.
Virginia Woolf. A Room of One's Own. Hogarth
Virginia Woolf. A Room of One's Own and Other
Essays. The Folio Society, 2000. [Selected & Introduced].
Virginia Woolf. Moments of Being. Ed. Jeanne
Schulkind. Pimlico, 2002. [Newly Introduced & Revised].
Virginia Woolf. On Being Ill. Paris Press,
2002. pp. xi-xxxiv. ISBN 1930464061
Virginia Woolf. Congenial Spirits: Selected Letters.
Pimlico, 2003. pp. vii-x. ISBN: 0712646175 [Preface].
Virginia Woolf. A Passionate Apprentice: The Early
Journals. Pimlico, 2004. pp. x-xiv. ISBN: 780712646000 [Preface].
'A Burning Glass: Reflections on Virginia Woolf'.Virginia
Woolf: A Centernary Perspective. Ed. Eric Warner. Macmillan, 1984
[paper given at the Virginia Woolf Centenary Conference, Fitzwilliam
College Cambridge, 1982].
'Virginia Woolf and Offence'. The Art of Literary
Biography. Ed. John Batchelor. Oxford University Press, 1994.
'Biomythographers: Rewriting the Lives of Virginia
Woolf'. Essays in Criticism, April 1996 [the 1996 Bateson Lecture].
'Am I Afraid of Virginia Woolf?' Writing the Lives
of Writers. Eds. Warwick Gould and Tom Staley. Macmillan, 1998.
'Crimes of Criticism: Virginia Woolf and Literary
Journalism'. Grub Street and the Ivory Tower: Essays on the Relation
Between Literary Journalism and Literary Scholarship. Eds. Jeremy
Treglown and Bridget Bennett. Oxford University Press, 1998.
'The Essays of Virginia Woolf'. The Cambridge
Companion to Virginia Woolf. Ed. Sue Roe. Cambridge University
'Network of Allusion', Essays in Criticism,
Vol XXVI, No. 4 (October 1976), pp. 355-363. (Review of Virginia
Woolf: A Critical Study by Avrom Fleishman).
'Sharp Things, Precise Moments', English,
Vol XXVI, No. 126 (Autumn 1977), pp. 254- 259. (Review of The Diary
of Virginia Woolf, Vol I, ed. Anne Olivier Bell, and of Moments
of Being: Unpublished Autobiographical Writings of Virginia Woolf,
ed. Jeanne Schulkind).
Review of Virginia Woolf: Sources of Madness and
Art by Jean Love and of The Unknown Virginia Woolf by Roger
Poole, Review of English Studies, n.s. Vol XXXI, No. 121 (February
Review of Vita & Virginia: The Work and Friendship
of V.Sackville-West and Virginia Woolf by Suzanne Raitt, Essays
in Criticism, Jan 1994, pp.75-79.
Review of Virginia Woolf's Feminist Aesthetics
by Jane Goldman, Review of English Studies, Jan 1999.
Lecture on Virginia Woolf
(Virginia Woolf Society of Great Britain, 25
Annual Virginia Woolf Birthday Lecture: 'To pin
down the moment with date and season'
by Professor Dame Hermione Lee
The Virginia Woolf Society of Great Britain is
a non-profit organisation which aims to raise the profile of Virginia
Woolf and promote the reading and discussion of her works. Formed
in August 1998 the Society is supported by an Executive Council
of elected volunteers. An Editorial Committee produces the Virginia
Woolf Bulletin three times a year (January, May and September),
as well as a number of other publications. Woolf-related events
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