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Virginia Woolf, extract from the closing passages of The Waves (Bernard's soliloquy)

Virginia Woolf, extract from the closing passages of The Waves (Bernard's soliloquy)

Translations from the Russian by VW and S. S. Koteliansky. Limited edition, £20 each, see www.virginiawoolfsociety.co.uk/vw_publications.htm

Translations from the Russian by VW and S. S. Koteliansky. Limited edition, £20 each, see www.virginiawoolfsociety.co.uk/vw_publications.htm

Talland House, St Ives, where the Stephen family spent their summers when Virginia was a child (courtesy of Mark Scott)

Talland House, St Ives, where the Stephen family spent their summers when Virginia was a child (courtesy of Mark Scott)

Hogarth House, Richmond, home of Virginia and Leonard Woolf, where the Hogarth Press was founded in 1917

Hogarth House, Richmond, home of Virginia and Leonard Woolf, where the Hogarth Press was founded in 1917

29 Fitzroy Square, where Virginia lived with her brother Adrian after the marriage of their sister Vanessa to Clive Bell in 1907

29 Fitzroy Square, where Virginia lived with her brother Adrian after the marriage of their sister Vanessa to Clive Bell in 1907

46 Gordon Square, where Virginia moved with her sister and brothers after her father's death

46 Gordon Square, where Virginia moved with her sister and brothers after her father's death

22 Hyde Park Gate in Kensington, Virginia's first home

22 Hyde Park Gate in Kensington, Virginia's first home

VWSGB postcards: 50p each or £2 for five. See www.virginiawoolfsociety.co.uk

VWSGB postcards: 50p each or £2 for five. See www.virginiawoolfsociety.co.uk

VWSGB members at a Study Week dinner in London

VWSGB members at a Study Week dinner in London

VWSGB members on a trip to King's College, Cambridge

VWSGB members on a trip to King's College, Cambridge