Virginia Woolf

She was nasty, crude, racist and often a poor writer — so why is she revered?

We should pay attention to Katherine Mansfield and Elizabeth von Arnim

What does it take for an author to become idolised way beyond their literary merit?

Woolf’s statue is the latest to come under review

One hundred years ago two literary masterpieces changed the literary world forever

Although Hermione rarely names names or dishes dirt with quite the enthusiasm that her mother did, then she too has her tales to tell

This evocation of London literati in wartime is a bombshell of a first book

Unfettered praise of Virginia Woolf as a “liberated writer” has paved the way for an inexplicably popular type of bad writing