I am just back from the 2010 Annual International Conference on Virginia Woolf: Woolf and the Natural World. While there, I met Molly Hoff, a friendly and unassuming Woolf scholar who came all the way to the Kentucky conference from San Antonio, Texas.
Molly’s accomplishments are impressive. She wrote a companion book on Mrs. Dalloway that illuminates the hidden and misunderstood in one of Virginia Woolf’s most well-read novels. Called Virginia Woolf’s Mrs. Dalloway: Invisible Presences, it is designed for both teachers and students and is available from Clemson University Digital Press.
She is also the author of “The Pseudo-Homeric World of Mrs. Dalloway,” which was published in the January 1999 issue of Twentieth Century Literature, and “The Midday Topos,” published in the Winter 1990 issue of that same publication.