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Here are about 10 days worth of Woolf sightings from around the Web:

  1. The Jezabels: Feminine Mystique, Blast
    Over the better part of an hour, the singer eloquently dishes on feminine icons from Virginia Woolf to Lady Gaga, the thematic concepts of each of the band’s releases, and how the band members manage to merge their diverse musical tastes. 

    1. Paper Arts is a new literary arts magazine that quotes Woolf on its “About” page.
  2. Trio brings lit to life, Minneapolis Star Tribune
    Named in part after a collection of Virginia Woolf’s letters, Paper Darts also aims a tiny metaphorical missile at tradition. “We’re trying to take the stick out of the butt of the literary world,” said Regan Smith, one of the young women behind the . . .
  3. Beautiful Imagination… About – News & Issues
    Or Virginia Woolf, who eloquently described the plight of Shakespeare’s fictional sister (but also encouraged us to re-imagine/re-think the history of women writers)? These women (and more) have gone before–it’s upon their graves (and the body of . . .
  4. Women Write the Berkshires and the World, iBerkshires.com
    English modernist writer Virginia Woolf once said, “For most of history, Anonymous was a woman.” For centuries, women across cultures were silenced publicly. Their place in traditionally masculine spheres was at first prohibited and almost always . . .
  5. Greenwich House Music School Presents Joan La Barbara Concert 3/17, Broadway World
    For several years, La Barbara has developed an opera on Virginia Woolf’s verbal constructs and the demons that plagued her. More recently, she has explored the fragments of dreams in Joseph Cornell’s journals and some of the dark recesses of Edgar . . .
  6. The Instant Expert: ‘Desperate Housewives’ and The Feminine Mystique, The National
    And if they now have time for bigger battles, they have her to thank. A ROOM OF ONE’S OWN Based on a lecture she presented in 1928, Virginia Woolf argued that women need money – and a room of their own – to thrive creatively and intellectually. . . .
  7. What makes a genius? Eureka, not a moment’s glory, Organiser
    The personalities he has chosen are: Leonardo da Vinci, Christopher Wren, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Jean-Francois Champollion, Charles Darwin, Marie Curie, Albert Einstein, Virginia Woolf, Henri Cartier-Bresson and Satyajit Ray. . .
  8. 17th-Century Comedy Is Movable Feast at World Financial Center, Tribeca Trib
    “All women together ought to let flowers fall upon the tomb of Aphra Behn,” Virginia Woolf wrote in “A Room of One’s Own.” “For it was she who earned them the right to speak their minds.” New York Classical Theatre has brought 23 plays to more than  . . . (more…)

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