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Woolf sightings appear online daily, and Blogging Woolf posts the briefest of them on Facebook. Again today we have gathered a few to share with readers here as well. Here they are: Anne Fernald speaks about editing the Cambridge edition of Mrs. Dalloway at Widener University. Read the notes at the end of the book of poetry The […]

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Here are some books to add to your list for either giving or receiving this holiday season: Vanessa and Her Sister by Priya Parmar, Ballantine, 2015, $26. A novel featuring intimate glimpses into the lives of Vanessa Bell and Virginia Woolf, as well as other writers and artists in the Bloomsbury Group. Stay tuned for […]

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As it turns out, sound studies in Virginia Woolf is a fairly new field. And in response to a query on the VWoolf Listserv, “the ‘sound in Mrs. Dalloway‘ article is yet to be writtten,” according to Anne Fernald, whose Cambridge Edition of the novel will soon be published by Cambridge University Press. Interestingly, back in […]

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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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Scholars and readers shared reminiscences of their first encounter with Virginia Woolf via the VWoolf Listserv recently. The discussion thread was started by J.J. Wilson, one of the founding members of the International Virginia Woolf Society. She is represented on the oral history preserved at the IVWS Collection at the University of Toronto. Their memories, as sent […]

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