Flush: a Biography, is a fictionalized story written by Virginia Woolf, published in 1933. The protagonist, Flush, is a tawny cocker spaniel owned by an exceptional woman, the poet Elizabeth Barrett Browning
The Years by Virginia Woolf was the last novel published when she was still alive. It traces the history of the Pargiter family from 1880s to the mid-1930s
Three Guineas, written by Virginia Woolf and published in June 1938, on the eve of World War II. The book is an anti-war pamphlet and its core is represented by the denunciation of patriarchal system, militarism and totalitarian regimes
A Room of One’s Own is an essay by British author Virginia Woolf. It was first published on October 24, 1929 and was based on two lectures given at Cambridge University women’s colleges, Newnham and Girton, in 1928.
Between the acts is the last novel by Virginia Woolf, published in 1941, shortly after her suicide.In her novel, war threatens art and humanity itself.
In ‘The Common Reader Second Series’ Virginia Woolf continued writing essays on reading and writing, women and history, and class and politics for the rest of her life. More on Encyclopædia Britannica
To the Lighthouse is a novel by Virginia Woolf, published in 1927 it centres on the Ramsay family in Scotland between 1910 and 1920