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Orlando: A Biography (1937): Web Resources

A list of resources available through Truxal Library for researching Virginia Woolf's Orlando: A Biography


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These are resources from open-access websites:

"Different Sex, Same Person": How Woolf's Orlando Became a Trans Triumph
Jeannette Winterson writes about Orlando for The Guardian

Orlando is the Virginia Woolf Novel We Need Right Now
Joanna Scutts writes about Orlando for Vulture

Wisdom from Fictional Females: Francesca Rhydderch on Orlando
Recorded at the Hay Festival in 2018 for the BBC Radio program The Essay

Woolf in the World: A Pen and a Press of Her Own
Smith College Libraries' online exhibition about Orlando

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