Of Bounds - 10th Annual Virginia Woolf Conference - To be
held June 8th to 11th, 2000. Site includes conference speakers,
program, location and registration information.
Woolf Webring - "The Virginia Woolf webring is a ring
of sites dedicated to Virginia Woolf or which have Virginia Woolf
Woolf Web - A valuable resource providing a directory of
texts and articles on the web, with collection and multimedia
availability information, as well as a searchable archive and
links to other Virginia Woolf web sites.
Woolf on Women and Fiction - A Distance Learning Project
- Online reading group providing discussion schedules, a threaded
bulletin board and recommended reading lists.
Woolf Chronology - List of important dates in the authors
life with brief descriptions of events.
Woolf's Psychiatric History - Extensive history of Woolf's
illnesses and her suicide, her personality, sexual and family
history, her psychiatrists, and her literary works.
Assisted Analysis Of The Waves - Analysis of characterization
in the novel focusing on variations and similarities in the
use of language by the author.
Woolf Forum Frigate - Discussion forum and live chat devoted
to Virginia Woolf's life and works.
Woolf, The Voyage In - Claudia Roth Pierpont's discussion
of the author as part of the New York Times 'Heroine Worship'
Portables - Personal homepage of David Firth. Small selection
of Woolf links.
Virginia Woolf Links - Sub-page of Orlando Books. Broad
range of uncategorised links.
Woolf Photos - Personal homepage of Cynthia Burgess. Photographs
of the exterior and garden of Monk's house, Rodmell, Sussex.
Includes Woolf's writing Lodge. Woolf and lived at the house
from 1919 to her suicide in 1941.
of Virginia Woolf - 1903 to 1939. - A collection of mainly
studio portraits. Including some by Man Ray. Also a link to
brief audio of the author speaking from a BBC broadcast
Woolf Quotations - Personal homepage of RavenZscry. Selected
quotations. No references given.
- Woolf, Virginia - Small selection as part of a quotations
site. Some references given.
Wide Woolf - Article by Brenda Silver, author of the book
Virginia Woolf Icon. Discusses the construction of Virginia
Woolf as a modern cultural icon and argues that, as an icon,
she is evrywhere.
Virginia Woolf Connection - A range of short essays and
critical pieces in response to aspects of the life and work
of Virginia Woolf. Also, transcripts of some of Woolf's own
Ten Reasons for No (Overt) Sex Scenes In To The Lighthouse
- Humourous take on the novels content and characters.
Mrs Dalloway - Nicholas Wroe interviews Michael Cunningham,
the Pulitzer Prize winning author of The Hours which was inspired
by Virginia Woolf's Mrs Dalloway. From the online edition of
the Guardian newspaper.
Rhapsody - Stephen Cook's article documents a walking tour
around Sussex, England visiting places frequented by Virginia
Woolf and members of the Bloomsbury group. From the online edition
of the Guardian newspaper.
Groupie - 1999 interview by Sabine Durrant with Frances
Partridge who was described, at the time, as the last living
member of the Bloomsbury group. One the online Guardian newspaper