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    1. Virginia Woolf’s voice on a ballet stage

      The EconomistJan 18 09:00 PM

      Certain kinds of writing, though, have been left on the shelf, the works of Virginia Woolf among them. The stream of being-ness that flowed from her pen hardly shouts “stage me ...

    2. , The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring and Mary Poppins. A second ...

    3. But it is their words — their weaponized, oh-so-lethal words — that inflict the real damage in Scott Edmiston’s crackling production of Edward Albee’s “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf ...

    4. Top 10 books about wild women

      The GuardianJan 11 04:35 AM

      I first came across 17th-century writer Margaret Cavendish in Virginia Woolf’s A Room of One’s Own: “What a vision of loneliness and riot the thought of Margaret Cavendish brings ...

    5. | Denton Record Chronicle | News for Denton County, Texas

      Denton Record-ChronicleJan 21 09:09 PM

      Call 940-382-5478. 2 p.m. — Denton Community Theatre presents Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf by Edward Albee at the Campus Theatre, 214 W. Hickory St. $22 for adults, $18 for ages ...

    6. The Las Cruces Community Theatre's production of the Edward Albee play "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf" features Janet Beatty-Payne, left, as Martha, Danny Wade as George, Erica Krauel as Honey and Greg Blackman as Nick. (Photo...

    7. B ut read the great diarists: Samuel Pepys , John Evelyn, James Boswell, Parson Woodforde, Dorothy Wordsworth, Virginia Woolf, Alan Bennett and you find them more often than not ...

    8. Virginia Woolf’s 1928 novel, “Orlando: A Biography” is highly regarded for its satire on social history and gender roles. In 2010, lauded playwright Sarah Ruhl turned it into a ...

    9. This weekend the ballet he created with Royal Ballet choreographer Wayne McGregor, based on three novels by Virginia Woolf, is back at Covent Garden and will be broadcast to cinema ...

    10. I n her novel Orlando: A Biography , Virginia Woolf observed that it takes some time to write a decent poem: say, five hundred years. To find a true soul mate? Four centuries, ...

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