Virginia Woolf by George Charles Beresford Mini-print

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Virginia Woolf by George Charles Beresford Mini-print


By George Charles Beresford

356mm x 280 mm (image size 249mm x 295mm)

Price: £6.00

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Novelist, essayist, biographer and critic. The third child of Leslie and Julia Stephen, and sister of Vanessa (later Bell) she was a central figure in Bloomsbury. With Vanessa, in 1905 she acted as hostess for the Thursday evening gatherings held at 46 Gordon Square that formed the nucleus of Old Bloomsbury. Despite intermittent bouts of mental illness her many novels, notably Night and Day (1919) and Jacob's Room (1922), Mrs Dalloway (1925), To the Lighthouse (1927), and The Waves (1931), transformed ideas about structure, plot and characterisation, and are an important literary legacy. She committed suicide in 1941.


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