Virginia Woolf in 1902; photograph bi George Charles Beresford.
|Born||Adeline Virginia Stephen
25 Januar 1882
Kensington, Middlesex, Ingland
|Dee'd||28 Mairch 1941
River Ouse, near Lewes, Sussex, Ingland
|Thrift||Novelist, essayist, publisher, creetic|
|Alma mater||King's College London|
|Notable warks||To the Lighthouse
Orlando: A Biography
A Room of One's Own
(m. 1912–1941; her daith)
Adeline Virginia Woolf (née Stephen; 25 Januar 1882 – 28 Mairch 1941) wis an Inglis writer an ane o the foremaist modrenists o the twentiet century.
- "Like my hero Virginia Woolf, I do lack confidence. I always find that the novel I'm finishing, even if it's turned out fairly well, is not the novel I had in my mind."
- "after having read Ulysses in English as well as a very good French translation, I can see that the original Spanish translation was very bad. But I did learn something that was to be very useful to me in my future writing—the technique of the interior monologue. I later found this in Virginia Woolf, and I like the way she uses it better than Joyce."
- "I wrote on Woolf and Faulkner. I read a lot of Faulkner then. You might not know this, but in the '50s, American literature was new. It was renegade. English literature was English. So there were these avant-garde professors making American literature a big deal. That tickles me now."