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A digital version of the original manuscript of Virginia Woolf’s groundbreaking polemic A Room of One’s Own (1928) is now online, thanks to the Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge, which is hosting the last stop on the tour of an exhibition that celebrates Woolf’s writing and art. According to the BBC, curator Suzanne Reynolds calls Room, […]

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Sarah Blake of the Cabinets of Curiosity Theatre Company, will present her interpretation of Virginia Woolf’s A Room of One’s Own in two performances on Friday, Sept. 12, at this year’s Ripon International Festival. The 2:30 performance is sold out, but tickets for the 6:30 p.m. show are still available. Prices are £10 and £5 for […]

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Gradhacker on Inside Higher Ed held a “Share your Workspace” contest in which graduate students could submit a photo of their workspace to vie for prizes. The theme was “Finding a Room of One’s Own” and blogger Kelly Hanson wrote: It seems Virginia Woolf was right, again: to write productively, I need a room of my own. […]

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In “Forgive me, Virginia Woolf,” Melissa Bellinelli shares the story of how she created a Charleston-style dining room of her own in a sunny Long Island home. Her inspiration came from taking a class on Woolf and the Bloomsbury Group at Oxford, along with her frequent visits to Charleston Farm. She remembered the details — the black […]

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Virginia Woolf scholar and Fordham University professor Anne Fernald is featured in an article in the fall issue of Matters Magazine. In “Woolf at the Door: Finding a Home and a Room of Her Own in South Orange,” Fernald discusses her scholarly, aesthetic and personal interest in Woolf.

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