Places connected to Virginia Woolf are regularly in the news. Check out these two recent articles:
- “I’m not afraid of Virginia Woolf: How living in the author’s former home has proved extraordinary inspiration“
This Nov. 19 article in the Daily Mail tells the story of current Monk’s House tenants, Caroline and Jonathan Zoob, who have been living in Virginia and Leonard Woolf’s former Sussex home since November 2000. The article includes color photos of the exterior of the home, the couple’s second floor living quarters and the garden.
- Green Spaces: Godrevy Point, Cornwall, England
This is a Dec. 2 Times review of a carefully conserved patch of North Cornish coastline that offers views of Godrevy Island, its lighthouse and St. Ives. The lighthouse is said to be the inspiration for Woolf’s To the Lighthouse. St. Ives is the place where Woolf spent her summers up until the age of 12. Godrevy Point, which is protected by the National Trust, is popular with nature lovers, surfers, climbers and families.
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