Virginia Woolf

English writer and one of the foremost modernists of the 20° century.

- English writer

- Born on 25 january 1882

- Born in London (England)

- Dead on 25 march 1941

- Dead for a suicide in Rodmell (England)

Virginia Woolf's biography

Virginia Woolf's biography

Virginia Woolf was an English author and novelist who wrote modernist classics.

Not only is she known as a pioneer of modernism, but is also known as the greatest modernist literary personality of the twentieth century.

Her works are considered unique as they go deep into the psychology of a character, and show the way of their thinking.

She published novels and essays as a public intellectual, and received both critical and popular success.

Throughout her life, she suffered from mental illnesses, probably including bipolar disorder, and she took her own life in 1941 with suicide.

Virginia Woolf's Opera

Virginia Woolf's essay A Room of One's Own is a landmark of twentieth-century feminist thought. It explores the history of women in literature through an unconventional and highly provocative investigation of the social and material conditions required for the writing of literature.

And finally, some phrases of Virgina Woolf...

Virginia loves stay in solitary with whatever thing's, also stay with the nature, she likes horses and she is a feminist.

Before the Second World War Virginia Woolf argued that women's experience, particularly in the women's movement, could be the basis for transformative social change.

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