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For most of history ‘Anonymous’ was a woman.

-Virginia Wolf

Mrs. Dalloway by Virginia Woolf

In the spring of 1924, Virginia Wolf, then in her 40s, gave a famous lecture, later published as the essay Mr Bennett and Mrs Brown, in which she declared that “we are trembling on the verge of one of the great ages of English literature”. 466 more words


Vanessa and Her Sister

Vanessa and Her Sister tells the story of Vanessa Bell and her writer sister Virginia Wolf (and also their family, friends and a little group they put together in the early 1900’s). 330 more words



“Above all, I have been a sentient being, a thinking animal, on this beautiful planet, and that in itself has been an enormous privilege and adventure.”–Oliver Sacks… 404 more words


“Love loves to love love.” – James Joyce Ulysses

Ulysses okuması zor diye mi düşünüyorsunuz? haksız da sayılmazsınız Ulysses sadece tek  bir günü anlatan yaklaşık 700 sayfalık bir roman!   1,398 more words


La casa encantada/ Virginia Wolf

A cualquier hora que una se despertara, una puerta se estaba cerrando. De cuarto en cuarto iba, cogida de la mano, levantando aquí, abriendo allá, cerciorándose, una pareja de duendes.

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"Vanity and pride are different things, ... A person may be proud without being vain."

You can never go wrong with a book which starts off with one of the most sarcastic sentences written in the English language; “It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a single man in possession of a good fortune, must be in want of a wife”. 649 more words