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Kathleen Dixon Donnelly of the Such Friends blog has reviewed the Royal Ballet’s current production of Woolf Works. Since we aren’t located across the Pond and haven’t had the opportunity to attend, we are reblogging Kathleen’s review here. Thanks, Kathleen!

When the Royal Ballet premiered Wayne McGregor’s Woolf Works last year, I left it too late, and by the time I tried to book it was sold out. Bummer. So when it came around again, I was determined t…

Source: ‘Such Friends’: Woolf Works | SuchFriends Blog

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Katherine Mansfield

Katherine Mansfield

The Katherine Mansfield Society announces its annual essay prize competition for 2017, open to all, on the subject of: Katherine Mansfield and Virginia Woolf. For more information, see the Essay Prize page.

The society has issued a call for comparative papers on Katherine Mansfield and Virginia Woolf for vol. 10 of the Katherine Mansfield Society Yearbook.  The deadline for completed essays is Aug. 31. The essays submitted will be read by a selected panel, who together will select from them the Prize essay.

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Organizers of the  27th Annual International Conference on Virginia Woolf, which is being held at the27th conference flyer University of Reading, June 29 – July 2, have extended the deadline for the call for papers to Wednesday, Feb. 8. Get more details.

The conference, which coincides with the centenary of the Hogarth Press, has a theme of “Virginia Woolf and the World of Books.”

It includes a showing of letterpress and hand-printed work as part
of the conference. Get more details on the call for printed works on paper.

 

 

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Alice in Space.  Saturday, 25 Feb., 2-5 p.m. Literature Cambridge Study Day. Discover the vibrant intellectual world of Lewis Carroll. Gillian Beer and Zoe Jaques. £45.00 Virginia Woolf

Virginia Woolf Talks. Friday, 3 March. 1 p.m. Nanette O’Brien, Prunes and Custard in the Archives: Virginia Woolf and  Cambridge food in A Room of One’s Own. Library Seminar Room, Lucy
Cavendish College, Cambridge. Free and open to all.

VWSGB Jacob’s Room Study Day. Saturday, 11 March, London. £48/£50.

Tragedy: Past and Present. Literature Cambridge Study Day on monuments of tragic drama: Greek, Shakespearean, modern. Saturday, 18 March. 10:30 a.m.-5 p.m. Jennifer Wallace, Adrian Poole, Alison Hennegan. £90.00. Price includes lunch.

Reading Pride and Prejudice. Literature Cambridge Study Day. Sat 29 April, 2-6 p.m.  with Fred Parker and Anne Toner. £60.

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If you haven’t joined the site Academia.edu, you may want to sign up. A number of papers on VirginiaLeonard Woolf bio cover Woolf and the Bloomsbury group are uploaded there and can be downloaded free of charge. Some of them were shared at recent Woolf conferences. You can also search the site for additional resources.

Recently uploaded papers include:

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