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- Houghton Mifflin Harcourt 2005; US$ 13.00
Heralded as Virginia Woolf's greatest novel, this is a vivid portrait of a single day in a woman's life. When we meet her, Mrs. Clarissa Dalloway is preoccupied with the last-minute details of party preparation while in her mind she is something much more than a perfect society hostess. As she readies her house, she is flooded with remembrances of... more...
- HarperCollins Canada 2013; Not Available
Written in author Virginia Woolf?s trademark stream-of-consciousness style, Mrs. Dalloway intricately and vividly explores a day in the life of Clarissa Dalloway—a woman of high-society London in the midst of preparations for a party. Moving through time, and from one character?s innermost thoughts to those of another, Woolf?s fourth novel is a... more...
- The Floating Press 1922; US$ 3.99
Widely regarded as one of the most important modernist writers, Virginia Woolf was also one of the most important female authors of the twentieth century. Jacob's Room, Woolf's third novel, is an experimental character study that delves into the life of protagonist Jacob Flanders, largely through the eyes of the friends, acquaintances, family... more...
- The Floating Press 1919; US$ 3.99
A bold experiment in modernist fiction, Virginia Woolf's novel Night and Day is a study in contrasts. The narrative ricochets between the lives and thoughts of two friends, Katharine Hilbery and Mary Datchet, using the stark differences and points of similarity between them to construct an engrossingly complex and detailed portrait and social commentary. more...
- The Floating Press 1915; US$ 3.99
The first novel in what would be a remarkable but tragically curtailed creative career, Virginia Woolf's The Voyage Out recounts the tale of Rachel Vinrace's literal and metaphorical journey. En route to South America on one of her father's ships, Rachel undertakes her own voyage of self-discovery as she interacts with a motley crew of... more...
- Houghton Mifflin Harcourt 2014; US$ 13.95
Subject of this extraordinary novel is the daily life of an English family in the Hebrides. ?Radiant as [To the Lighthouse] is in its beauty, there could never be a mistake about it: here is a novel to the last degree severe and uncompromising. I think that beyond being about the very nature of reality, it is itself a vision of reality.?-Eudora... more...
- The Floating Press 1921; US$ 2.99
Interested in diving into the works of brilliant modernist author Virginia Woolf, but don't know where to start? Try Monday or Tuesday, a collection of eight short stories originally published in 1921. Although the collected stories contain the same keen insight and bold experimentation that made Woolf's reputation, their easy-to-digest size... more...
- HarperCollins Canada 2014; US$ 1.99
Through the perspectives and voices of various people close to him, Jacob?s Room follows the life of Jacob Flanders from his childhood through to his young adulthood at the cusp of the First World War. Jacob?s Room is considered to be an excellent example of modernist literature. Intertwining the impressions and feelings of the various narrating... more...
- HarperCollins Canada 2014; US$ 1.99
When Rachel Vinrace sets out on a sea voyage to South America aboard her father?s ship, she not only departs from England, but also sails away from her small, insulated life, and her preconceptions about the world and the people in it. The Voyage Out was Virginia Woolf?s first novel and was originally published in 1915 after five years of work.... more...