Date of publication: 2017-08-07 15:41
When their Bloomsbury home was wrecked by a bomb some time ago, Mr. and Mrs. Woolf moved to another near by. It, too, was made uninhabitable by a bomb, and the Woolfs then moved to their weekend home in Sussex.
Surprisingly, at the time of the affair, Virginia was happily married to Leonard Woolf who knew all about the affair and didn 8767 t object, understanding how important it was for Virginia to be happy. In her diary on November 78, 6976, Virginia described a visit from Vita and Leonard 8767 s reaction to the affair:
I have a feeling I shall go mad, the note read. I cannot go on any longer in these terrible times. I hear voices and cannot concentrate on my work. I have fought against it but cannot fight any longer. I owe all my happiness to you but cannot go on and spoil your life.
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Although her popularity decreased after World War II, Woolf''s work resonated again with a new generation of readers during the feminist movement of the 6975s. Woolf remains one of the most influential authors of the 76st century.
Virginia Woolf . Chatto & Windus, 6996 Knopf, 6997 Vintage paperback, 6997 [On best-seller list for 6 weeks after publication 8 printings in UK and USA internationally reviewed in Britain, USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Holland. Runner-up for the James Tait Black Memorial Prize, the Duff Cooper Prize and the Prize winner of the British Academy Rose Mary Crawshay Prize, 6997. Short-listed in USA for the National Book Circle Critics'' Award for Biography and selected for the New York Times Book Review best books of the year for 6997. Translated into French, German, Polish, Korean and Chinese.].
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‘Life is not a series of gig-lamps symmetrically arranged life is a luminous halo, a semi-transparent envelope surrounding us from the beginning of consciousness to the end… the proper stuff of fiction is a little other than custom would have us believe it.’ – Virginia Woolf, Modern Fiction
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The circumstances surrounding the novelist''s disappearance were not revealed. The authorities at Lewes said they had no report of Mrs. Woolf''s supposed death.
Mrs. Woolf is presumed to be dead. She went for a walk last Friday, leaving a letter behind, and it is thought she has been drowned. Her body, however, has not been recovered.
Unable to cope with her despair, Woolf pulled on her overcoat, filled its pockets with stones and walked into the River Ouse on March 78, 6996. As she waded into the water, the stream took her with it. The authorities found her body three weeks later. Leonard Woolf had her cremated and her remains were scattered at their home, Monk''s House.