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To the Lighthouse

by Virginia Woolf

A landmark novel of high modernism, the text, centering on the Ramsay family and their visits to the Isle of Skye in Scotland between 1910 and 1920, skillfully manipulates temporality and psychological exploration....


The Voyage Out

by Virginia Woolf

The first novel in what would be a remarkable but tragically curtailed creative career, Virginia Woolf's The Voyage Out recounts the tale of Rachel Vinrace's literal and metaphorical journey. En route to South...


Night and Day

by Virginia Woolf

A bold experiment in modernist fiction, Virginia Woolf's novel Night and Day is a study in contrasts. The narrative ricochets between the lives and thoughts of two friends, Katharine Hilbery and Mary Datchet,...


Jacob's Room

by Virginia Woolf

Widely regarded as one of the most important modernist writers, Virginia Woolf was also one of the most important female authors of the twentieth century. Jacob's Room, Woolf's third novel, is an experimental...


Orlando

by Virginia Woolf

Orlando is destined to live for four hundred years . . . During the Elizabethan era, the young courtier Orlando becomes a lover to the aging Queen and embarks on an intense affair with the beautiful Russian...


Three Guineas

by Virginia Woolf, Mark Hussey & Jane Marcus

Three Guineas is written as a series of letters in which Virginia Woolf ponders the efficacy of donating to various causes to prevent war. In reflecting on her situation as the "daughter of an educated man"...


Night and Day

by Virginia Woolf

Katharine Hilbery and Mary Dachet are two young women of marriageable age, and although both have prospects, they also have other areas of interest—Katharine is passionate about her intellectual pursuits and...


Between the Acts

by Virginia Woolf

In Woolf's last novel, the action takes place on one summer's day at a country house in the heart of England, where the villagers are presenting their annual pageant. A lyrical, moving valedictory.


The Voyage Out

by Virginia Woolf

When Rachel Vinrace sets out on a sea voyage to South America aboard her father’s ship, she not only departs from England, but also sails away from her small, insulated life, and her preconceptions about the...


Jacob's Room

by Virginia Woolf

Through the perspectives and voices of various people close to him, Jacob’s Room follows the life of Jacob Flanders from his childhood through to his young adulthood at the cusp of the First World War.

Jacob’s...


Mrs. Dalloway

by Virginia Woolf

“She had teh perpetual sense, as she watched the taxi cabs, of being out, out, far out to sea and alone; she always had the feeling that it was very, very, dangerous tol ive even one day.” –From Mrs. Dalloway...


Kew Gardens

by Virginia Woolf

Kew Gardens is a short story by the English author Virginia Woolf. It was first published privately in 1919, then more widely in 1921 in the collection Monday or Tuesday. Originally accompanying illustrations...


To the Lighthouse

by Virginia Woolf

To the Lighthouse is a 1927 novel by Virginia Woolf. A landmark of modernism. To the Lighthouse is a 1927 novel by Virginia Woolf. A landmark of high modernism, the novel centres on the Ramsays and their visits...


To the Lighthouse

by Virginia Woolf

To the Lighthouse was published in 1927 by Hogarth Press two years after Mrs Dalloway and a year before Orlando. The plot - not the most important aspect at all - concerns a family's decision to visit a lighthouse...


Orlando

by Virginia Woolf

Published by Hogarth Press in 1928, Orlando is at once an oddity, an indulgence, but also a slice of genius. The novel - because despite masquerading as a biography, it is a work of narrative fiction - tells...


Night and Day

by Virginia Woolf

Night and Day, Woolf's second novel, was published in 1919 and for the most part is conventional, dealing with current issues including women's suffrage, marriage and not-marriage through the lives of a few...


Jacob's Room

by Virginia Woolf

Published in 1922, the first of Woolf's novels to come out of Hogarth Press, Jacob's Room, also represents her first truly modernist work. If there is a plot to speak of, it is more a story arc, tracing the...


Between the Acts

by Virginia Woolf

Published posthumously by Hogarth Press shortly after Wooolf's suicide, Between The Acts was her last novel and, strangely perhaps, closest to the first. It takes place over a day before, during and after the...


Flush

by Virginia Woolf

Published in 1933 by Hogarth, Flush is an experiment in biography, using the medium of a pet dog, the eponymous character, to examine the imagined life of the poet Elizabeth Barrett Browning. While Woolf's approach...


The Voyage Out

by Virginia Woolf

Rachel Vinrace embarks for South America on her father's ship and is launched on a course of self-discovery in this modern version of the mythic voyage. In one of Woolf's wittiest, most satirical novels, we...