The Essays of Virginia Woolf: 1933-1941, volume six, was published by the Hogarth Press on March 24 to coincide with the 70th anniversary of her death.
Publication of the hardcover volume means that all of Woolf’s essays are available as an entire collection for the first time.
A review of that volume is now posted on The Independent’s website. Written by Michèle Roberts, it describes the volume as “beautifully and expertly edited by Stuart N. Clarke” and praises the intelligence and diversity of this collection of essays.
The Scotsman reviewed the book more than a month ago. Reviewer Jane Shilling praised Woolf’s beautiful writing and her ability to write “tenderly about the humble, the overlooked, the unknown.”
The Irish Times published a review on April 2. In it, author Eve Patten focuses on Woolf’s honing of her essay writing technique.