Additional Resources for Kew Gardens by Virginia Woolf

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Gillespie, Diane Filby, The Sisters' Arts: The Writing and Painting of Virginia Woolf and Vanessa Bell, Syracuse University Press, 1988.

This work examines the relationship of Virginia Woolf to her sister Vanessa Bell. Bell was an artist who collaborated with Woolf in illustrating her stories and providing frontispieces for some of her novels. Gillespie discusses how "Kew Gardens" became an important collaborative project between the two sisters.

Lee, Hermione, Virginia Woolf, Knopf, 1997.

This highly readable biography traces the life of Woolf not only as an author, a feminist, and a public figure but also as a private person.

Woolf, Virginia, Moments of Being, edited by Jean Schulkind, Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1976.

This is a collection of Woolf's autobiographical essays. Not published in her lifetime, they lend insight on her childhood and relationships with her family, her fight with depression, and her decision to marry Leonard Woolf.

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