- Philly.comApr 24 0:46 AM
'Truth and illusion. Who knows the difference, eh, toots?" That question is central to this juicy and monumental play, Edward Albee's Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? And, it turns out, we're all of us "toots."
- Book ReporterApr 17 10:53 AM
Virginia Woolf went for a walk one day and never returned. Her body was found a few days later in the River Ouse, and her death was ruled a suicide, as she had filled her pockets with stones in order to keep herself under the water.
- AFP Relax News via Yahoo! NewsApr 15 5:25 AM
Next week marks the 200th anniversary of the birth of Victorian author Anthony Trollope. Throughout 2015, visitors to the UK will be able to take their pick of British authors to celebrate, with events planned around a number of big anniversaries. March 26 marked the 100th anniversary of the publication of Virginia Woolf's first novel, "The Voyage Out." If you're looking to mark the occasion ...
- MLive.comApr 24 7:57 AM
Ann Arbor's professional, Equity theater company, Performance Network, has just announced the lineup for its 2015-16 season, and it contains three Michigan premieres (two of which will be world premieres), an American classic and more.
- Duke UniversityApr 20 9:56 AM
Library acquires Virginia Woolf's desk, other items in influential private collection
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Theresa May and Nicola Sturgeon are known for their style - but what about the other leaders? Harper's Bazaar editor Justine Picardie explains how shoes mirror views.
- Philadelphia Daily NewsApr 16 5:59 AM
‘Boardwalk Empire’ actor’s not afraid
- Essex ChronicleApr 02 8:21 AM
- London Evening StandardApr 15 2:54 AM
Beside the entrance to Percy & Founders — a part of the Fitzroy Place housing, office and retail development that has replaced the Middlesex Hospital — there are pen-and-wash portraits of Charles Dickens, Virginia Woolf, Bob Dylan, Jimi Hendrix and Chris Martin of Coldplay, captioned by their alleged, often tenuous, connections to Fitzrovia. On Chris Martin’s forehead someone has neatly written...
- SlashdotApr 18 8:30 AM
HughPickens.com writes David Robson has an interesting article at BBC on the relationship between high intelligence and happiness. "We tend to think of geniuses as being plagued by existential angst, frustration, and loneliness," writes Robson. Think of Virginia Woolf, Alan Turing, or Lisa Simpson – lone stars, isolated even as they burn their brightest." As Ernest Hemingway wrote: "Happiness in...
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