The British Library’s Discovering Literature: 20th-century website offers a number of resources to Virginia Woolf’s work. They include:
- Mrs Dalloway and the First World War by David Bradshaw. Includes 165 images of notebook drafts of Mrs. Dalloway.
- Virginia Woolf’s Mrs. Dalloway. Video and transcript of talk by Elaine Showalter.
- Exploring consciousness and the modern: an introduction to Mrs Dalloway by Elaine Showalter.
- Too much suicide by Lyndall Gordon.
- Virginia Woolf and London by David Bradshaw. Includes 149 images of Woolf’s travel and literary notebook, 1906-1909 and other primary source materials.
- An Introduction To the Lighthouse by Kate Flint.
You can also find these links to other Woolf collection materials in the right sidebar of this page on the site:
- Letter from Virginia Woolf to Frances Cornford about A Room of One’s Own, 1929
- “Monday or Tuesday” by Virginia Woolf
- Three Guineas by Virginia Woolf
- Vanessa Bell dust jacket for The Years
- “Kew Gardens” by Virginia Woolf, 1919
- “Kew Gardens” by Virginia Woolf, 1927
- ‘Hyde Park Gate News’, a magazine by Virginia Woolf and Vanessa Bell
- ‘The Messiah’ by Quentin Bell and Virginia Woolf
- ‘The Dunciad’ by Quentin Bell and Virginia Woolf
- ‘Eminent Charlestonians’, with illustrations by Quentin Bell and text by Virginia Woolf