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VIRGINIA WOOLF 1882-1941 Woolf was an enormously influential writer and thinker. She was associated with many of the most important British writers of the early twentieth century and her work exercises a continuing influence on contemporary literature. Like many of her contemporaries, she made extensive use of the stream-of-consciousness technique and we can see its use in many places in Orlando —especially in the final pages. She was not only influential as a novelist, but also as an essayist. Perhaps her best known work in this vein is A Room of One’s Own where she famously imagines Shakespeare’s sister who never had the opportunity to write because she lacked time, money, and a room of her own. Novels: The Voyage Out (1915) Night and Day (1919) Jacob's Room (1922) Mrs Dalloway (1925) To the Lighthouse (1927) Orlando (1928) The Waves (1931) The Years (1937) Between the Acts (1941) BIG QUESTIONS FOR US: 1. What kind of “biography” is this? The narrating voice makes a great many
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This note was uploaded on 02/24/2011 for the course ENGL 283 taught by Professor Geiskes during the Fall '08 term at South Carolina.

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