Virginia Woolf Characteristics

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Virginia Woolf is known for many things: she was a central figure in the Bloomsbury Group, she was one of the most famous feminist, her ideas being exposed in her hovels, short stories or essays, she is known for her troubled marriage with Leonard Woolf, whose it seams she didn 't love but she married for different reasons, as because her sister Vanessa considered him a perfect husband for Virginia, or probably because Virginia 's doctor recomended her to get married in order to overcome her mental illness; her lesbian tendencies was one of the reason she didn 't really love her husband. Her articulate essays, her vibrant conversation, her beauty, her part in the Hogarth Press and her contribution to modernism make Virginia Woolf one of the greatest personality of the XXth century. [1; pag.6]
Adeline Virginia Woolf was an English writer and one of the important figures of the English Modernism of the twentieth century. During the interwar period, Woolf was a significant figure in London literary society and a central figure in the influential Bloomsbury Group of intellectuals. Her most famous works include the novels “Mrs
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Using such female authors as Jane Austen and Emily and Charlotte Bronte, she examined women and their struggles as artists, their position in literary history and need for independence. She also invented a female fellow of William Shakespeare, a sister named Judith to at times emphasize her feministic ideals. Woolf proved to be an innovative and influential 20th Century author. In some of her novels she didn’t follow the rules of plot and structure, but she chose to use stream-of-consciousness to emphasize the psychological aspects of her characters, as she claimed and asked the artists to be concerned with the fact that the psychological facet of the character is an
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