Archive for February 15th, 2011

In less than two weeks, a Google alert for “Virginia Woolf” netted the following links. To view more examples of Woolf spotting online that I have collected during the past few years, visit the Woolf sightings page.
  1. Virginia Woolf, the academicMedia Newswire (press release)
    These have led Professor Susan Sellers to put forward a new slant on Virginia Woolf and her intensely passionate relationship with her artist sister . . . Read “Review of Vanessa and Virginia.”
  2. On “Middlebrow”New Yorker (blog)
    For our purposes, it’s important to note two key figures in the middlebrow debate:Virginia Woolf, who denounced middlebrows for missing the intrinsic value  . . .
  3. Chapman’s Odyssey, By Paul Bailey, Independent
    Virginia Woolf, for example, is referred to primarily as “not much of a listener”. Chapman’s Odyssey is a rewarding curiosity of a book, though hard to . . .
  4. We Need a HeroThe East Hampton Star
    Then, working on her dissertation at the University of Cologne, she realized when she read Virginia Woolf’s “A Room of One’s Own” that, as she had surmised . . .
  5. Please Your Shelf, Our Muses, Ourselves: Why Women Like Me Run Away From Home, Huffington Post (blog)
    After all, novelist Virginia Woolf proclaimed that every woman needs a room of one’s own to do so. But Susan and I are so exhausted by the time we arrive at . . . (more…)

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