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The Diary of Virginia Woolf : Volume 1, 1915-1919 by Virginia Woolf1
The Diary of Virginia Woolf : Volume 2, 1920-1924 by Virginia Woolf2

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  1. The Diary of Virginia Woolf : Volume 3, 1925-1930 by Virginia Woolf (1980)
  2. Virginia Woolf by Hermione Lee (1996)
  3. The Letters of Virginia Woolf : Volume 1, 1888-1912 by Virginia Woolf (1975)
  4. Virginia Woolf: A Biography by Quentin Bell (1972)
  5. A Very Close Conspiracy: Vanessa Bell and Virginia Woolf by Jane Dunn (1990)
  6. The Letters of Vita Sackville-West to Virginia Woolf by Vita Sackville-West (1984)
  7. Virginia Woolf by Nigel Nicolson (2000)
  8. Recollections of Virginia Woolf by Joan Russell Noble (1972)
  9. Virginia Woolf: A Writer's Life by Lyndall Gordon (1984)
  10. Virginia Woolf: An Inner Life by Julia Briggs (2005)
  11. Deceived With Kindness: A Bloomsbury Childhood by Angelica Garnett (1984)
  12. Sowing: An Autobiography of the Years 1880 to 1904 by Leonard Woolf (1960)
  13. Mrs. Woolf and the Servants: An Intimate History of Domestic Life in Bloomsbury by Alison Light (2007)
  14. Virginia Woolf: The Impact of Childhood Sexual Abuse on Her Life and Work by Louise A. DeSalvo (1989)
  15. Vanessa Bell by Frances Spalding (1983)

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