VIRGINIA WOOLF

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  • HER FATHER

    HER FATHER
    His father was the novelist, historian, essayist, biographer and mountaineer Sir Leslie Stephen (1832-1904). Julia Prinsep Jackson (1846-1895) was his father's second wife
  • HER MOTHER

    HER MOTHER
    Julia Prinsep Jackson (1846-1895) was her father's second wife; He was born in India, and later moved to England. She was the mother of Virginia Woolf.
  • SHE WAS BORN

    SHE WAS BORN
    His birth was in london on January 25, 1882
  • HER YOUTH

    HER  YOUTH
    Virginia suffered the first of her depressions, with the sudden death of her mother, on May 5, 1895, when Virginia was thirteen years old, and that of her half-sister Stella two years later, who had taken the reins of the family home after the death of Julia Stephen.
  • HER BEGINNING IN WRITING

    Woolf began writing professionally in 1905, initially for the Times Literary Supplement with a piece of journalism about Haworth, home of the Brontë family.
  • HER FIRTS NOVEL

    HER FIRTS NOVEL
    Her first novel was the End Of The Trip in 1915 . One of the most intelligent and socially satirical novels, Rachel Vinrace embarks for South America on her father's ship, and is launched on a journey of self-discovery in a modern version of a mythical journey. Introduces Clarissa Dalloway, the central character of Woolf's novel, Mrs. Dalloway. The uneven set of passengers gives Woolf the opportunity to satirize contemporary Edwardian life.
  • LADY DALLOWAY

    LADY DALLOWAY
    It is the fourth novel by Virginia Woolf, published on May 14, 1925. It details a day in the life of Clarissa Dalloway, in England after the First World War.
    The novel follows Clarissa Dalloway through a single day in England after the Great War in a consciousness flow style narrative. Built through two little stories that Woolf had previously written
  • HER LAST NOVEL

    HER LAST NOVEL
    It is Virginia Woolf's ninth and final novel, published in 1941, shortly after the author's suicide. It is a book loaded with hidden meanings and allusions. It describes the assembly, the representation and the public of a work in a festival, hence the title, in a small English town just before the Second World War breaks out.
  • BEFORE HER DEATH

    During his life, he suffered a mental illness today known as bipolar disorder. After finishing the manuscript of a last novel .
    Between acts, Woolf suffered a depression similar to the one he had previously. The outbreak of World War II, the destruction of his home in London during the Blitz and the cold reception of his biography about his friend Roger Fry worsened his condition until he was unable to work.
  • HER DEATH

    HER DEATH
    On March 28, 1941, Woolf committed suicide. He put on his coat, filled his pockets with stones and threw himself into the Ouse River near his house and drowned. His body was not found until April 18. Her husband buried his cremated remains under a tree in Rodmell, Sussex.