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3 v. woolf

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3 v. woolf

  1. 1.  Born on January 25, 1882 in London England  Leslie Stephen and Julia Stephen were her parents  She was homeschooled  Her dad had a library  1 sister, 2 brothers
  2. 2.  Had several panic attacks since the age of 6  Her step brothers sexually abused her and her sister till their teen years  When she was 12 she jumped out of a window and because of a nervous breakdown  Mom died suddenly because of heart failure when she was 13  8 years later her dad died of old age
  3. 3.  personal life  traveled all around the world to get inspirations  Using current events to make short stories
  4. 4.  Her Diary had some disturbing things about her inside  She married a Jewish man but claimed she hated the Jewish laugh and smile  The diary also showed she was a fan of same sex relationships  She wrote inappropriate remarks about people who she did not like and or criticized her writings
  5. 5.  TheVoyage Out (1915)  Night and Day (1919)  Jacob's Room (1920)  Monday orTuesday (1921)  Mrs. Dalloway (1925)  The Common Reader, First Series (1925)  To the Lighthouse (1927)  Orlando (1928)  House and Other Short Stories (1944)
  6. 6.  A Room of One's Own (1929)  TheWaves (1931)  Flush: A Biography (1933)  The Common Reader, Second Series (1925)  TheYears (1937)  Three Guineas (1938)  Between theActs (1941)  The Death of the Moth and Other Essays (1942)  A Haunted and Other Short Stories (1944)
  7. 7.  Death  March 28, 1941 at the age of 59  Drowned herself by putting rocks in her pockets and walking into the River near her house  Couldn’t handle one more panic attack in her life

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