Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?

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Date:

April 7

Time:

06:00 pm - 07:00 pm

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Online Events

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Dr. Fiehn

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Explore the life and works of Virginia Woolf (1882-1941).

In this 10-part series we will explore Virginia Woolf’s (1882-1941) most famous words, including The Voyage Out, Night and Day, Jacob’s Room, Mrs. Dalloway, To the Lighthouse, The Waves, Orlando, The Years, and Between the Acts.

Led by Charlotte Fiehn, who specializes in Virginia Woolf and is editing an edition of The Voyage Out for Clemson University Press, these discussions will offer a great opportunity to read (or revisit) Woolf’s work and learn more about her life and impact.

  • Lecture 1: Introduction and Discussion of Woolf’s Life, Times and Critical Writings (Feb 4)
  • Lecture 2: The Voyage Out (Feb 11)
  • Lecture 3: Night and Day (Feb 18)
  • Lecture 4: Jacob’s Room (Feb 25)
  • Lecture 5: Mrs. Dalloway (March 3)
  • Lecture 6: To the Lighthouse (March 10)
  • Lecture 7: Orlando (March 17)
  • Lecture 8: The Waves (March 24)
  • Lecture 9: The Years (March 31)
  • Lecture 10: Between the Acts (April 7)

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