Resource Materials | Virginia Woolf Related Sites
Woolf Resource Materials: links to E-texts, E-journals, and other
resource material related to Woolf on the internet
- Publishers and BookStores
- Used and Rare Books
Evans, 13 Berriedale Drive, Sompting, Lancing, West Sussex, BN150LE,
United Kingdom. Telephone/Fax: (01903) 764655. Email: email@example.com (The largest stock of Bloomsbury and Woolf in the world: 3000+ books, Bloomsbury Art and ephemera, manuscripts &c.)
Bloomsbury Workshop, 12 Galen Place, off Bury Place, London WC1A2JR,
United Kingdom. Telephone: 0171 405 0632. Fax: 0171 404 3853.
Contact: Tony Bradshaw.
J. Hadley, Bookseller: first, second editions, used copies, hard-to-find
Virginia Woolf texts
Langham, Bookseller: link to Woolf and Bloomsbury books in stock
Silverman: English literary & historical autographs & manuscripts;original
letters by Virginia Woolf & her associates
- Electronic Texts
- Research Materials
to Virginia Woolf (UMI): information about the text, ordering information,
Books, Art and Design: information on the exhibit, held Oct.
- Dec, 1997, at Victoria University Library, University of Toronto
Library of Leonard and Virginia Woolf (Washington State University, Pullman)
Handlist to the Leonard Woolf Papers, University of Sussex Library
Handlist to the Monk's House Papers, University of Sussex Library
Woolf and Bloomsbury: A Bibliography (Stuart N. Clarke)
Library’s Virginia Woolf page with a description of the library’s
Rare Book Room description and contents of their collection, “Virginia
Woolf Papers, 1902-1956”
Portrait Gallery’s online collection containing 18 portraits of
State University on-line exhibit of some of the books that Virginia Woolf
in the Virtual World A special online resource site, with links to
e-texts, images, other Woolf sites and the only recording of Woolf.
Reading Notes for Three Guineas: An Archival Edition, edited by Merry
M. Pawlowski and Vara S. Neverow. An online website available through
subscription to scholars, students, and readers interested in researching
manuscript documents contained in Woolf’s resource notebooks for
Modernist Journals Project (Brown University)
- The Virginia Woolf Miscellany Page
- Other Woolf Resources
- Virginia Woolf Web (Japan): much more comprehensive listing of Virginia Woolf and Bloomsbury web-link
- Bloomsbury: The Omega Workshop and Hogarth Press: information on the artists of Bloomsbury including Virginia Woolf and her sister, the painter Vanessa Bell.
- 24 Hour Museum: Trail of Virginia Woolf's life and places associated with her.
- Talking to Virginia Woolf: A TSL Education Site
- An Interview with Quentin Bell, by Antonio Bivar: interview from 1993 for Brazilian magazine (in English)
- 10 minute audio interview with Vita Sackville-West's son, Nigel Nicholson, from BBC Radio 4's "Woman’s Hour" prior to the Sotheby’s auction of her Literary Archive on July 10th, 2003. You need RealPlayer to listen to the file.
- "Mary Hamilton" (Version 1): In the second paragraph of A Room of One's Own, Woolf writes: "call me Mary Beton, Mary Seton, Mary Carmichael or by any name you please." Later in the text, these names appear attached to different characters. This link is to the ballad of the unnamed fourth Mary, whose silent presence haunts Woolf's text, much in the manner of Judith Shakespeare.
- Pace University Press – Woolf Links: Extensive listing of sites dedicated to both scholarly and general interest in Woolf
Virginia Woolf Related Sites
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- Travel, Activities,
- Woolf and Film
- The Hours
Hours: Paramount's Official Web-site
- A Stephan
York Times Virginia Woolf and The Hours Archives:
A comprehensive selection of New York Times articles about
the life and work of Virginia Woolf, including reviews of her books
and her 1941 obituary. Also included are articles about Michael Cunningham's
novel The Hours and the making of the movie based on it.
- The Hours
DVD contains special features such as two commentary tracks, "Filmmakers
Introduction," "Three Women," "The Mind and Times
of Virginia Woolf," "The Music of The Hours," "The
Lives of Mrs. Dalloway" as well as the theatrical trailer. Available
- The Hours:
A Screenplay is available from Miramax Books, ISBN 0-7868-8807-5.
It includes a brief introductory essay by David Hare. Amazon
of continuity errors from the film The Hours compiled by
the Internet Movie Database
and Movie Mistakes.
- Mrs. Dalloway
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