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Virginia, 1896 age 14

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16 Memorables frases de Virginia Woolf que debes conocer

Lady Ottoline Morrell, Portrait of Lytton Strachey, Virginia Woolf and Goldsworthy Lowes Dickinson, June 1923

Virginia and Leonard Woolf on their wedding day, August, 1912.

The Wedding Photos of 16 Famous Authors in Love

Photo of Angelica Bell, daughter of Vanessa Bell and niece of Virginia Woolf, in costume as the Russian Princess from Woolf’s novel Orlando.

Angelica Bell, daughter of Vanessa Bell and niece of Virginia Woolf, in costume as the Russian Princess from Woolf’s novel Orlando.

Leonard Woolf with his pet marmoset, Mitzi, in his hand in 1932

Leonard Woolf: Life After Virginia

Leonard Woolf writer, publisher, socialist, and husband of Virginia Woolf. Before her suicide, Virginia maintained it was his loving kindness that allowed her to live so long.

"Communication is truth; communication is happiness. To share is our duty; to go down boldly and bring to light those hidden thoughts which are the most diseased; to conceal nothing; to pretend nothing; if we are ignorant to say so; if we love our friends to let them know it."  — Virginia Woolf (The Common Reader).

"Communication is truth; communication is happiness. To share is our duty; to go down boldly and bring to light those hidden thoughts which are the most diseased; to conceal nothing; to pretend nothing; if we are ignorant to say so; if we love our friends to let them know it." — Virginia Woolf (The Common Reader).

Virginia Woolf outside her summer house with Maynard Keynes, Angelica Bell, Vanessa Bell, and Clive Bell, 1930s

25 Fascinating Photos of Famous Writers at Home

Virginia Woolf outside her summer house with Maynard Keynes, Angelica Bell, Vanessa Bell, and Clive Bell, interview-meet-virginia-nicholson-author-junes-book-singled-out.

Virginia Woolf and her friends disguised as Abyssinian princes during the Dreadnought Hoax in 1910 (Virginia is the figure on the far left)

Virginia Woolf and the Dreadnought Hoax

The Dreadnought hoax was a practical joke pulled by Horace de Vere Cole in Cole tricked the Royal Navy into showing their flagship, the battleship HMS Dreadnought, to a fake delegation of Abyssinian royals.

one of my favourite pictures: Virginia staring at her parents reading, 1893 St Ives

A young Virginia Woolf (on the far right in the back) with her mother, Julia, and father, Leslie Stephen

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