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Virginia Woolf's Novels and the Literary Past

Paperback, 26/09/2007, £26.99
This is the first book to explore Virginia Woolf's preoccupation with the literary past and its profound impact on the content and structure of her novels.

Room of One's Own & The Voyage Out

Paperback, 05/02/2012, £2.50
A Room of One's Own has become a classic feminist essay; The Voyage Out is highly significant as her first novel.

Night and Day

Paperback, 29/01/2009, £10.99


Paperback, 11/12/2014, £6.99
Regarded by many as Woolf's greatest achievement, The Waves follows a set of six friends from childhood to middle age. As the contours of their lives are revealed, a unique novel is unveiled. In this new edition David Bradshaw considers its spellbinding oddness and originality, helping the reader through this most poetic and haunting of novels.


Paperback, 11/12/2014, £7.99
Orlando tells the tale of an extraordinary individual who lives through history first as a man, then as a woman. At its heart is the figure of Woolf's friend and lover, Vita Sackville-West, and Knole, the historic home of the Sackvilles. Orlando mocks the conventions of biography and history and wryly examines sexual double standards.


Paperback, 03/03/2016, £2.00
Gives readers a taste of the Classics' huge range and diversity, with works from around the world and across the centuries - including fables, decadence, heartbreak, tall tales, satire, ghosts, battles and elephants.

To the Lighthouse

Paperback, 12/06/2008, £6.99
A captivating fusion of elegy, autobiography, socio-political critique and visionary thrust, To the Lighthouse is the most accomplished of all Woolf's novels. This new edition includes a full contextualizing introduction and notes by David Bradshaw.

Virginia Woolf: Essays on the Self

Hardback, 24/10/2014, £14.99
Woolf responds passionately to those writers - past, present - who deal honestly with the reader, who express their own variations on the 'I am I' - the selective vision of the finite self.

Mrs Dalloway

Paperback, 26/05/2016, £5.99
On a June morning in 1923, Clarissa Dalloway is preparing for a party and remembering her past. Elsewhere in London, Septimus Smith is suffering from shell-shock and on the brink of madness. Their days interweave and their lives converge as the party reaches its glittering climax in Woolf's great novel of time, memory, war and the city.

Virginia Woolf in Manhattan

Paperback, 01/06/2015, £7.99
Nominated for the 2015 Folio Prize, this sparkling, critically acclaimed novel is now available in paperback. This is a love letter to Virginia Woolf by one of Britain's best loved authors, previously shortlisted for the Orange Prize and the International IMPAC Dublin Literary Award.