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Virginia Woolf was home schooled for most of her childhood, most in English classics and Victorian literature, Woolf began writing professionally in 1900
Woolf spent her summers in St. Ives, a beach town at the very southwestern tip of England.
In 1905, she began writing professionally as a contributor for The Times Literary Supplement
Leonard Woolf and Virginia married on August 10, 1912, and lived an passionate love for the rest of their lives.
The original title was Melymbrosia. After nine years and innumerable drafts, it was released in 1915 as The Voyage Out.
He saw, as she was working on what would be her final manuscript, Between the Acts (published posthumously in 1941)
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