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Read All Of Virginia Woolf’s Works Online

Y’all may or may not know that I’m not a big Virginia Woolf fan.

I wrote a pretty scathing review of Mrs. Dalloway, and I’m dreading the soon-to-be day when I have to read To The Lighthouse. Nonetheless, I respect her work as an author, and I respect the amount of respect so many readers have for Woolf.

That’s why I’m sharing this super cool link with you. 

Did you realize you can read all of Woolf’s novels online…for free? Yep, you sure can. They’ve all entered the public domain and, accordingly, are all out there for our consumption.

Dalloway, A Room of One’s Own, To The Lighthouse, The Waves, more novels, and her short story collections as well. It’s all there.

So, with the holidays almost here, you might be looking for some light reading. If so, Virginia Woolf isn’t it. But if you insist on reading her works anyway, visit the Project Gutenberg and enjoy.

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  1. This is so great! I’ve never read anything by Virginia Woolf, but I definitely will now! Thanks for sharing the link!

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    December 18, 2015
  2. Fantastic! My students here (in China) have to read Mrs Dalloway for another class, and when they came to talk to me about it I had to admit to never having read any Woolf. Hopefully I enjoy her more than you do 🙂

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    December 18, 2015
  3. This is so great. Woolf is on my list for next year so I will have to wait and find out if I like her. And I am no fan of e books. But these are really great to read while commuting to work etc

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    December 18, 2015
  4. I know you are not a real fan of eBook readers. But one of the great things about the eReaders is that so many of the classics are available for reading in the eBook format. And for free.

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    December 18, 2015
  5. I enjoyed Mrs. Dalloway, but have no burning desire to read her other works. I’m more interested in her life than her books, which is kind of an awful thing to say about a writer. But her life is interesting, and I’ve read her writer’s diaries.

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    December 18, 2015
  6. Thank you, I didn’t know that. I recently read Mrs Dalloway. It was an interesting book, but there were too many different points of view, or at least I thought so. However, I do want to try another Woolf, so will check out your link.

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    December 18, 2015
  7. I haven’t read any Virginia Woolf. I might check this out though, because FREE BOOKS! Sounds pretty amazing 🙂

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    December 18, 2015
  8. I’ve only read To the Lighthouse and I need those precious hours of my life back!!! Thanks for the link….I don’t think I’ll ever use it but you know, never say never and maybe someday I’ll feel crazy and generous to give Woolf more minutes of my life. 😀

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    December 18, 2015
  9. This is so great, thanks for the heads up. And you’re right, light reading it isn’t!

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    December 19, 2015
  10. I don’t envy you having to read To the Lighthouse, hands down one of the dullest books I’ve ever read (as you’d be able to guess from a review I did of it) – although I did enjoy Mrs. Dalloway a lot, so maybe you’ll end up in a similar position to me, liking one and hating the other haha

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    December 19, 2015
  11. Without even reading your scathing review of Mrs. Dalloway, I’d probably agree. I read it once when I borrowed it from a friend. (Heard so much about it, after all) I cannot tell you how bored I was. THEN, because I thought, “Maybe it’s just me,” I re-read it. Same deal. I have no desire to return to Woolf’s writing but thanks for the heads up. You handle your site well, giving information to your readers they can use, even if it doesn’t float your own boat!
    Cheers!

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    December 21, 2015
  12. I myself is going to read . I will order right now. Then write a rview today. Thanks for sharing yur experience.

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    December 23, 2015
  13. The Perfect Author is my favourite book. Only initial 3 chapters are there.. Wont take much time to read.
    https://www.theperfectauthor.in/
    Really breath holding… Waiting for the next release !

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    April 14, 2017

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