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|1||Diaries as Literature - The Case of Virginia Woolf||
In this Open Day taster lecture, Michael Whitworth considers whether diaries are literature and...
|2||Virginia Woolf on Sickert's Ennui||
This very short video with Professor Dame Hermione Lee explores Viginia Woolf's interpretation...
|3||How words, form and structure create meaning: Women and writing (pt2)||
Video podcast and discussion board.
|4||How words, form and structure create meaning: Women and writing (pt1)||
Video podcast and discussion forum. By Simon Swift, University of Leeds.
|5||The Classical Feminist Tradition (lecture)||
Lecture by Professor Paul H. Fry, part of Open Yale course 'Introduction to Theory of Literature...
|1||Out of Silence 2: Virginia Woolf||
From the Silence Hub. Professors Alexandra Harris and Kate McLoughlin discuss Virginia Woolf's...
|Alexandra Harris, Kate McLoughlin|
|2||Virginia Woolf's To The Lighthouse||
Laura Salisbury and Sowon Park give a talk about Virginia Woolf's To The Lighthouse. The chair...
|Sowon Park, Laura Salisbury, Ben Morgan|
Dr Amanda Golden discusses the notes and underlinings that writers like Virginia Woolf and...
|Dennis Duncan, Amanda Golden|
|1||Feminist Approaches to Literature||
This essay offers a very basic introduction to feminist literary theory, and a compendium of...
Ezra Pound’s maxim, ‘Make it new’ (‘Canto LIII’) is often quoted as a succinct summary of...
|1||Woolf on Behn||
Chapter four of Virgina Woolf's critical text 'A Room of One's Own' discusses the influence and...
From The Common Reader, First Series 
|3||Mrs Dalloway||Virginia Woolf|
|4||Jacob’s Room||Virginia Woolf|
|5||Night and Day||Virginia Woolf|
|6||The Voyage Out||Virginia Woolf|
|7||A Room of One's Own||Virginia Woolf|