Connecting with Virginia Woolf
74 years after Virginia Woolf succumbed to mental illness, the great modernist writer continues to connect with readers today. As testament to her relevance, scholars from 14 countries spanning 5 continents gathered at Bloomsburg University for the 25th Annual International Conference that celebrates her contribution.
To learn more about Virginia Woolf, you can visit the Virginia Woolf Society webpage at www.virginiawoolfsociety.co.uk
See more about the 25th annual Virginia Woolf Conference at www.woolf.bloomu.edu
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