- Write down important facts about her life
- Her influence on women writers
- The technique she introduced in Literature
Virginia Woolf was born on the 25th of january of 1982 in Kensington, England. As soon as she was born, she suffered from depression and bipolar disorder. She grew up in her father library in which she deeply fell in love with literature.
At the age of thirty, Virginia married a young writer from Cambridge called Leonard Woolf.
She escalate quickly to the fame when she published a series of books called “L. And V. At the end of her career, she had been author of fifteen books. She was found drowned at Ouse river in Sussex, England at the age of sixty.
Unlike many literary inspiring women, Woolf aimed to give credence to unspoken emotions and interpretations we experience daily. She did this not only by placing more traditionally feminine themes at the forefront of her stories but buy penning sentences with a cadence
that revealed her inner workings. Woolf was too impressive to be ignored.
She changes the point of view during the story. She uses chaotic and ordered writing to describe different situations. She uses alliteration, metaphors and personifications to intensify her work.