A Facebook friend of mine is very good at spotting Virginia Woolf online. And when she does, she posts the links to my wall. Here are a couple of amusing Woolf sightings she posted just this week:
- A photo depicting the cover of Woolf’s Mrs. Dalloway as the surface for a grouping of plastic Disney princesses. The photo illustrates this Oct. 24 piece on a New York Times blog: “Turn Your Princess-Obsessed Toddler Into a Feminist in Eight Easy Steps.” Devorah Blachor, the author of the piece, is also the inventive Woolf-loving photographer.
- “Virginia Woolf, Realtor, Invents the Mother-in-law Suite,” a “short, imagined monologue” dating from June 2011 that appears on the Timothy McSweeney site.
As a bonus, my friend Lisa also posted this quote a few weeks ago: