History Creator / VirginiaWoolf

19th Apr '15 1:28:40 PM LinguaViva
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19th Apr '15 1:27:52 PM LinguaViva
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3rd Jan '14 8:30:34 PM Darkspectar
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Incorrect mental illness.
Born Adeline Virginia Spencer in 1882, the daughter of a model and a respected historian, Virginia began to suffer nervous breakdowns in her teenage years, following the death of her mother and younger sister. Following the death of her father, she became the centre of a group of writers and artists known as the Bloomsbury group, and married Leonard Woolf in 1912. Woolf's first novel was published in 1915, and during the 20s her works became well-known for their unusual style and supposedly scandalous content. Woolf was also a prominent critic, attacking writers such as H.G. Wells for favouring utilitarian concerns over aesthetic ones, and also writing extensively on the role of women in fiction and academia. Woolf suffered from depression throughout her life, and committed suicide in 1941.
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Born Adeline Virginia Spencer in 1882, the daughter of a model and a respected historian, Virginia began to suffer nervous breakdowns in her teenage years, following the death of her mother and younger sister. Following the death of her father, she became the centre of a group of writers and artists known as the Bloomsbury group, and married Leonard Woolf in 1912. Woolf's first novel was published in 1915, and during the 20s her works became well-known for their unusual style and supposedly scandalous content. Woolf was also a prominent critic, attacking writers such as H.G. Wells for favouring utilitarian concerns over aesthetic ones, and also writing extensively on the role of women in fiction and academia. Woolf suffered from depression bipolar disorder throughout her life, and committed suicide in 1941.
11th Jul '13 9:29:42 AM LinguaViva
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