Works Cited for Virginia Woolf Herbarium

Updated June 4, 2022

NB: Wherever possible I have used the new Annotated Harcourt Editions of Woolf’s work; otherwise I have mostly used the American Harcourt Editions. There are also a number of scholarly editions of Woolf's works from Shakesepeare Head and Cambridge, in particular, which offer excellent introductions and informative annotations.  In addition, the holograph drafts of a number of her novels have been published.  I have included these additional volumes after the first citation from a Woolf novel, violating normal alphabetical order in order to group all editions of a single book together..

 

 

Abel, Elizabeth.  “Narrative Structure(s) and Female Development: The Case of Mrs. Dalloway.”  In The Voyage IN: Fictions of Female Development, ed. Elizabeth Abel, Marianne Hirsch, and Elizabeth Langland.  161-85.  Hanover NH: UP of New England, 1983.

Adamson, Judith, ed. Love Letters: Leonard Woolf and Trekkie Parsons, 1941-68. London: Chatto and Windus 2001; Pimlico,  2002.

Alt, Christina.  Virginia Woolf and the Study of Nature.  Cambridge UP, 2010.

Anscombe, Isabelle.  Omega and After: Bloombury and the Decorative Arts. London: Thames and Hudson, 1982. 

Anspaugh, Kelly. “Circe Resartus: To the Lighthouse and William Browne of Tavistock's Circe and Ulysses Masque.” pp. 161-91 IN: Greene, Sally (ed. and introd.) Virginia Woolf: Reading the Renaissance. Athens, OH: Ohio University Press; 1999. 

Arnold, Anthea.  Charleston Saved: 1979-1989.  London: Robert Hale, 2010.

 “Attack on Kew Orchid House.” The London Times, February 10, 1913, p. 9.

 

Bartrum, Douglas.  Lilac and Laburnum. London: John Gifford, Ltd, 1959.

Bell, Quentin, Angelica Garnett, Henrietta Garnett, and Richard Shone.  Charleston: Past and Present. London: The Hogarth Press1987. Contains Bell, Quentin.  “Charleston Garden:  A Memory of Childhood” and Garnett, Angelica.  “The Earthly Paradise.”

Bell, Quentin and Virginia Nicolson.  Charleston: A Bloomsbury House and Garden.   1997; rpt and rev, White Lion Publishing, 2018.

Bell, Quentin and Angelica Garnett, comp. Vanessa Bell’s Family Album. London: Jill Norman & Hobhouse Ltd., 1981.

Berry, Susan. Irises: A Romantic History with a Guide to Cultivation.  Philadelphia, PA: Running Press, 1992.

Bisgrove, Richard. The Gardens of Gertrude Jeykll.  1997; Berkeley, CA: U of CAP, 2000.

Bishop, Edward.  A Virginia Woolf Chronology.  Boston, MA: G.K. Hall & Co., 1989.

Boddy, Kasia.  Geranium. London: Reaktion Books, 2013.

Bradshaw, Tony, ed.  A Bloomsbury Canvas: Reflections on the Bloomsbury Group. Lund Humphries, 2001.

Briggs, Julia.  “’Cut deep and scored thick with meaning’: Frame and Focus in Woolf’s Later Short Stories.” 175-91 in Trespassing Boundaries: Virginia Woolf’s Short Fiction, ed. Kathryn N. Benzel and Ruth Hoberman. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2004.

Briggs, Julia. “Virginia Woolf Reads Shakespeare: Or, Her Silence on Master William.” Shakespeare Survey, 2005, Vol.58, p.118-29.  Rpt in Reading Virginia Woolf. Edinburgh UP, 2006. Pp. 8-24.

Brown, Bill. “Thing Theory.” Critical Inquiry, 2001 Autumn; 28 (1): 1-21.

Brown, Jane. Sissinghurst: Portrait of a Garden. Phoenix Illustrated in association with The National Trust, 1994.

 

Cash, R. Christain. “Xbury Azaleas - From History To Your Garden.”http://scholar.lib.vt.edu/ejournals/JARS/v40n1/v40n1-cash1.htm

Cixous, Helene.  “Castration or Decapitation?” Trans. Annette Kuhn.  Signs 7.1 (autumn 1981): 41-55.

Coleman, Lisa. “Roots, Woolf, and an Ethics of Desire.” pp. 110-116 in Virginia Woolf: Art, Education, and Internationalism, Royer, Diana (ed. and introd.) and Detloff, Madelyn(ed. and introd.) Clemson University Digital Press, 2008.

Coles, Peter. Mulberry. London: Reaktion Books, 2019.

Cramer, Patricia Morgne. “Trauma and Lesbian Returns in Virginia Woolf’s The Voyage Out and The Years.” Pp. 19-50 in Virginia Woolf and Trauma: Embodied Texts, Ed. Suzette Henke and David Eberly. New York: Pace University Press, 2007.

Crane, D.B. The Book of the Sweet Pea. 1910; rpt Self-Reliance Books, 2017.

 

Darcy, Jane. “Primrose Island: Keats and the Isle of Wight.” Keats-Shelley Review 32.1 (2018):28-46.

Dean, Richard, et al.  The Dahlia: Its History and Cultivation. London: Macmillan and Co., ltd, 1903.

De Gay, Jane.  Virginia Woolf’s Novels and the Literary Past. Edinburgh UP, 2006, 2007.

DeSalvo, Louise A. “Virginia Woolf at Fifteen.” pp. 78-108 IN: Marcus, Jane (ed.) Virginia Woolf: A Feminist Slant. University of Nebraska Press; 1983. 

---. Virginia Woolf’s First Voyage: A Novel in the Making.  Roman and Littlefield: Totowa, NJ, 1980.

Daugherty, Beth Rigel. “’A corridor leading from Mrs. Dalloway to a new book’: Transforming Stories, Bending Genres.”  101-24 in Trespassing Boundaries: Virginia Woolf’s Short Fiction, ed. Kathryn N. Benzel and Ruth Hoberman. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2004.

 

Eberly, Susan.  “A Thorn Among the Lilies: The Hawthorn in Medieval Love Allegory.”  Folklore 100.1 (1989): 41-52.

Edwards, Nina.  Weeds. London: Reaktion P, Ltd. 2015.

Ellacombe, Henry. The Plant-Lore and Garden-Craft of Shakespeare. 1896; rpt. Dover, 2017.

Eldredge, Charles C. “Calla Moderna:’Such a Strange Flower’.”  4-37 in Georgia O’Keeffe and the Calla Lily in American Art, 1860-1940.  New Haven, CT: Yale UP, 2002.

Ellis, E.T.  The Garden for Expert and Amateur. London: Daily Express Publications, 1930.

 

Fernald, Anne, ed.  Mrs. Dalloway by Virginia Woolf. The Cambridge Edition of Virginia Woolf.  Cambridge UP, 2015.

Fisher, Celia.  Tulip.  London: Reaktion Books, 2017.

Folkard, Richard.  Plant Lore, Legends, and Lyrics: Embracing the Myths, Traditions, Superstitions, and Folk-Lore of the Plant Kingdom.   [1884] Rpt. by San Bernadino CA: Pantinos Classics, 2018.

Froula, Christine. Virginia Woolf and the Bloomsbury Avant-Garde. New York: Columbia UP, 2005.

---.  “Out of the Chrysalis: Female Initiation and Female Authority in Virginia Woolf's The Voyage Out.”  Tulsa Studies in Women's Literature 5.1 (Spring 1986): 63-90.

 

Garnett, Angelica.  Deceived with Kindness: A Bloomsbury Childhood. 1984 rpt. London: Random House/ Pimlico, 1995.

Gillespie, Diane. Introduction to Roger Fry: A Biography, ed. Diane F. Gillespie.  Blackwell, Shakespeare Head Press, 1995.

Glendinning, Victoria. Leonard Woolf. London: Simon & Schuster UK, 2006. 

Goldman, Jane. The Feminist Aesthetics of Virginia Woolf: Modernism, Post-Impressionism and the Politics of the Visual. Cambridge, England: Cambridge UP; 1998. 

Graves, Robert. The White Goddess. 1948; 4th ed, New York: Farrar, Straus and Grioux, 1997.

Green, Jonathon. Cassell's Dictionary of Slang: A Major New Edition of the Market-Leading Dictionary of Slang. 2nd ed. Cassell, 2006.

Greenaway, Kate.  The Language of Flowers. London: Routledge 1884. Rpt. Dover, 1992.

 

Hadjiyaiannis, Christos.“Romanticism versus Classicism in 1910: T. E. Hulme, Edward Storer, and The Commentator.Literature & History 22.1 (2013): 25-41.

Hancock, Nuala. Gardens in the Work of Virginia Woolf.  Cecil Woolf,

---. “Virginia Woolf and Gardens.”pp. 245-260 IN: Humm, Maggie (ed. and introd.) The Edinburgh Companion to Virginia Woolf and the Arts. Edinburgh, Scotland: Edinburgh UP; 2010.

---. Charleston and Monk's House: The Intimate House Museums of Virginia Woolf and Vanessa Bell. Edinburgh, Scotland: Edinburgh UP; 2012.

 Harding, Alice, Peonies in the Little Gardens & The Book of the Peony. 1917. Introduced and updated by Roy G. Hlehm. Sagapress/ Timber Press: Portland, OR, 1993, rpt. 1995.

Harland, Gail.  Snowdrop. London: Reaktion Books, 2016.

Hawkes, Ellen. Ed. “Friendship’s Gallery by Virginia Woolf.”  Twentieth Century Literature 25.3/4 (Autumn-Winter 1979): 270-302.

---. “Woolf’s ‘ Magical Garden of Women.” 31-60 In New Feminist Essays on Virginia Woolf. Ed. Jane Marcus.  Lincoln: U of Nebraska Press, 1981.

Heilmeyer, Marina.  The Language of Flowers; Symbols and Myths. London: Preste. Verlag, 2001.

Hoberman, Ruth. Modernizing Lives: Experiments in English Biography, 1918-1939. Carbondale Il: Southern Illinois UP, 1987.

Hoff, Molly. Virginia Woolf's Mrs. Dalloway: Invisible Presences. Clemson SC: Center for Electronic and digital publishing, 2009.

Hogan, Scott, Consultant.  Flora: A Gardener’s Encyclopedia. Portland, OR: Timber Press, 2003.

Hollinsworth, E. Buckner. Flower Chronicles. Chicago, IL: U of Chicago P, 1958.

Hollis, Catherine W.  Leslie Stephen as Mountaineer:”Where does Mont Blanc end, and where do I begin?” London: Cecil Woolf, 2010.

Holroyd, Michael.   Lytton Strachey: A Biography. 1971; rpt and rev 1979. London: Penguin, 1980.

Horwood, Catherine. Rose. London: Reaktion Books, 2018.

Humphries, Rolfe, trans.  Ovid’s Metamorphoses.  1955; Bloomington, Indian UP, 1973. 

Humm, Maggie. Snapshots of Bloomsbury: The Private Lives of Virginia Woolf and Vanessa Bell.   New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers UP, 2006. 

Hussey, Mark. Virginia Woolf: A to Z.   Oxford UP, 1995.

 

Jacobsen, Sally. “Between the Acts: Ottoline Morrell and Mrs. Manresa, D.H. Lawrence and Giles Oliver.”  50-6 in Southworth, Helen (ed. and introd.); Sparks, Elisa Kay (ed. and introd.); Zimring, Rishona (introd.); Woolf and the Art of Exploration: Selected Papers from the Fifteenth International Conference on Virginia Woolf. Clemson, SC: Clemson U Digital P, 2006.

Jekyll, Gertrude.  Colour Schemes for the Flower Garden. 1908.  Intro and rev. Graham Stuart Thomas.   The Ayer Compnay: Salem, NH, 1983.

 

King, Julia and Laila Miletic-Vejzovic. The Library of Leonard and Virginia Woolf: A Short-title Catalog.  Pullman, WSU Press, 2003.

Kopley, Emily.  Virginia Woolf and Poetry. Oxford UP, 2021.

Kosugi, Sei. “Representing Nation and Nature: Woolf, Kelly, White.” 81-96 in Locating Woolf: The Politics of Space and Place, ed. Anna Snaith and Michael Whitworth. Palgrave Macmillan 2007.

Kukil, Karen, curator.  “Leslie Stephen’s Photograph Album.” Smith College Libraries..  <http://www.smith.edu/libraries/libs/rarebook/ exhibitions/Stephen> Accessed June 16, 2006.

 

Lack, Andrew.  Poppy. London: Reaktion Books, Ltd., 2016.  

Lawson, Elizabeth.  Primrose. London: Reaktion Books, Ltd., 2019.

 Layne, Bethany. “The 'Supreme Portrait Artist' and the 'Mistress of the Phrase': Contesting Oppositional Portrayals of Woolf and Bell, Life and Art, in Susan Sellers's Vanessa and Virginia.” Woolf Studies Annual 21 (2015): 78-106.

Lee, Hermione. Virginia Woolf.  NY: Random House, 1996.

Lehner, Ernst and Johana.  Folklore and Symbolism of Flower, Plants, and Trees. 1960;  Meineloa NY: Dover Publications, Inc. 2003.

Lilienfeld, Jane. “The Gift of a China Inkpot': Violet Dickinson, Virginia Woolf, Elizabeth Gaskell, Charlotte Bronte, and the Love of Women in Writing.”  37-56 In Barrett, Eileen (ed. and introd.); Cramer, Patricia (ed. and introd.) Virginia Woolf: Lesbian Readings. New York, NY: New York UP; 1997.

Low, Lisa “Listen and Save': Woolf's Allusion to Comus in Her Revolutionary First Novel.” pp. 117-35 IN: Greene, Sally (ed. and introd.) Virginia Woolf: Reading the Renaissance. Athens, OH: Ohio UP; 1999.

 

Mahood, Molly. The Poet as Botanist. Cambridge UP 2008.

Mancoff, Debra N. The Pre-Raphelite Language of Flowers. Munich, London, New York: Prestel Publishing, 2002.

Mansfield, Katherine.  The Journal of Katherine Mansfield, ed. J. Middleton Murray. The University of Glasgow: Robert McClehouse and Co., Ltd., 1927.

Marcus, Jane.  The Languages of Patriarchy. Bloomington, IA: Indiana UP, 1987.

Marcus, Laura.  “’In the Circle of the Lens’: Woolf’s ‘Telescope’ Story, Scene-making, and Memory.” Journal of the Short Story in English 50 (2011): 1-14.

Mattison, Laci. “The Metaphysics of Flowers in The Waves: Virginia Woolf's 'Seven-Sided Flower' and Henry Bergson's Intuition.”71-77 in Virginia Woolf and the Natural World: Selected Papers from the Twentieth Annual International Conference on Virginia Woolf.  Ed. Kristin Czarnecki and Carrie Rohman, Carrie. Clemson, SC: Clemson University Digital; 2011

McHenry, James, Patrick.  “A Milton Herbal.” Milton Quarterly 30.2 (1996): 45-110.

Milroy, Sarah and Ian A.C. Dejardin, eds. Vanessa Bell [Exhibition catalogue]London: Dulwich Picture Gallery, 2017.

 

Okamura, Sayaka.  “Rhoda Reads Shelley in The Waves: Echoes of ‘The Question’.”Virginia Woolf Bulletin 40 (May 2021): 8-14.

 

Petrino, Elizabeth A., "Late Bloomer: The Gentian as Sign or Symbol in the Work of Dickinson and Her Contemporaries" (2005). English Faculty Publications. 72.
https://digitalcommons.fairfield.edu/english-facultypubs/72

Phillips, Kathy J. Virginia Woolf against Empire.  Knoxville, U of Tennessee P, 1994.

Potter, Jennifer.  The Rose. London: Atlantic Books and Callisto, 2013.

Pratt, Anne.  Flowers and Their Associations.  London: Charles Knight & co., 1846.

 

Quealy, Gerit.  Botanical Shakespeare: An Illustrated Compendium.  New York: Harper Collins, 2017.

 

Radin, Grace.  Virginia Woolf’s The Years: The Evolution of a Novel. Knoxville: U of Tennesse P, 1981.

 Rave, Sarah and Vita Sackville-West. Sissinghurst: Vita Sackville-West and the Creation of a Garden. St. Martin's Press; 1st Edition (November 4, 2014)

Reed, Christopher.  Roger Fry’s Durbins: A House and Its Meanings. [Bloomsbury Heritage No. 24] London: Cecil Woolf, 1999.

Reiss, Marcia. Lily. London: Reaktion Books, 2013.

Rendall, Vernon.  Wild Flowers in Literature.  London: The Scholartis Press, 1934.

Rice, Graham.  The Sweet Pea Book.  London: B.T. Batsford, 2003.

Richter, Harvana.  “Hunting the Moth: VW and the Creative Imagination. 13-28.  In VW: Revauation and Continuity, ed. Ralph Freedman.  Berkeley: U of California P, 1980.

Roof, Judith. “The Match in the Crocus: Representations of Lesbian Sexuality.” 100-116 in   Discontented Discourses: Feminism/Textual Intervention/Psychoanalysis. Ed. Marleen Barr and Richard Feldstein. University of Illinois Press, 1989. 

Robinson, William.  The English Flower Garden. 15th ed, 1933; rpt and rev 1984. A Ngaere Mccray Book, Sagapress, Inc: Sagaponack, New York, 1984.

Rosenbaum, S.P.  The Bloomsbury Group Memoir Club. Ed. James M. Haule.  London: Palgrave/ Macmillan, 2014.

 

Sackville‑West, V. In Your Garden. 1951; Oxenwood Press, Ltd, 1996.

 ---. In Your Garden Again. 1953; Oxenwood Press, Ltd, 1998.

 ---. Some Flowers. 1937. New York: Harry N. Abrams, Inc., 1993.

 ---. Vita Sackville-West’s Garden Book.  Ed. Philippa Nicolson. 1968; New York: Atheneum, 1983.

Sartilot, Claudette. Herbarium Verbarium: The Discourse of Flowers.  Lincoln: U of Nebraska P, 1993.

Saunders, Judith P.  “Mortal Stain: Literary Allusion and Female Sxuality in ‘Mrs. Dalloway in Bond Street’.” Studies in Short Fiction  15 (1978): 139-44.

Saunders, Nicholas J.  The Poppy: A History of Conflict, Loss, Remembrance and Redemption.  London: Oneworld Publications, 2014.

Seaton, Beverly.  The Language of Flowers: A History. Charlottesville: UP of Virginia, 1995.

Shackleton, David. “The Pageant Of Mutabilitie: Virginia Woolf’s Between The Acts and The Faerie Queene.”  The Review of English Studies 68, no. 284 (2016).

Sitwell, Sacheverall.  Old Fashioned Flowers. London: Country Life Ltd.  1939.

Simpson, Kathryn. Gifts, Markets, and Economies of Desire in Virginia Woolf. Palgrave/Macmillan, 2008.

Slade, Naomi.  Hydrangeas: Beautiful Varieties for Home and Garden. Layton Utah, Gibbs Smith, 2020.

Smith, Amy C “Loving maidens and patriarchal mothers: revisions of the Homeric Hymn to Demeter and Cymbeline in Mrs Dalloway.” Woolf Studies Annual, 17 (2011): 151 -72.

Solnit, Rebecca.  Orwell’s Roses. New York City: Viking/Penguin Random House, 2021.

Spalding, Frances.  Roger Fry: Art and Life.  1980; Black Dog Books, 1999.

 

Sparks, Elisa Kay. “Bloomsbury in Bloom: Virginia Woolf and the History of British Gardens.” Art, Education, and Internationalism: Selected Papers from the Seventeenth Annual International Conference on Virginia Woolf. Diana Royer and Madelyn Detloff, eds. Clemson University Digital Press, 2008. pp. 125-130.

---. “‘The curious phenomenon of your occipital horn’: Spiraling around Snails and Slugs in Virginia Woolf.” Virginia Woolf Miscellany 84 (Fall 2013): 22-24.

---. “’The evening under lamplight…with the photograph album’: To the Lighthouse as Family Scrapbook.” 164-71 in Woolfian Boundaries: Selected Papers from the Sixteenth Annual International Conference on Virginia Woolf.  Ed. Anna Burrells, Steve, Ellis, Deborah Parsons, and Kathryn Simpson.  Clemson U Digital Press, 2007.

---. “'Everything Tended To Set Itself in a Garden': Virginia Woolf's Literary and Quotidian Flowers: A Bar-Graphical Approach.”pp. 42-60 IN: Czarnecki, Kristin (ed. and introd.); Rohman, Carrie (ed. and introd.) Virginia Woolf and the Natural World. Clemson, SC: Clemson University Digital; 2011.

---. “Floral Versions of the Pastoral in Jacob’s Room. pp. 13-29 in A Prosa de Virginia Woolf. Maria A. de Oliveria, Patricia Marouvo, and Lucas Leite Borba and Organizadores. Ape’Ku Editora e Produtora Ltda, Brazil, 2021.

---. “Forward into the Past: Virginia Woolf’s Heterotopian Utopian Impulse.” Virginia Woolf and the City: Proceedings from the Nineteenth Annual International Conference on Virginia Woolf.  Ed. Elizabeth Evans and Sarah Cornish. CU Digital Press, 2010. 136-42.

---. “’In Fading Silks Compose’: Reading Virginia Woolf’s Rosary.”  35-44 in Literaturas de Lingua Inglesa: Leituras Interdisciplinaries, 2. Ed. Davi Pinho and Fernanda Medieros. Rio De Janeiro, Brazil: Letra Capital Editoria, 2017. 

----. "Leonard and Virginia's London Library: Mapping London's Tides, Streams and Statues."  Virginia Woolf's Bloomsbury, Vol. I. Gina Potts and Lisa Shahriari, eds. London: Palgrave/ Macmillan, 2010, pp.64-74.

---. “Leonard’s Vegetable Empire: A History of the Garden at Monk’s House.”  Virginia Woolf Bulletin No. 12 (January 2003): 10-19.

---. “(No) ‘Loopholes of Retreat ‘: The Cultural Context of Parks and Garden’s in Woolf’s Life and Work.”  Woolf Across the Generations: Selected Papers from the Twelfth International Conference on Virginia Woolf.  Merry M. Pawlowski and Eileen Barrett, eds . Clemson University Digital Press, 2003. Pp. 36-41. 

“'Pansies! Rosemary! Violence! My Wedding Bouquet': The Violence of Violets in Virginia Woolf." Conversa com Virginia Woolf. Davi Pinho, Maria A. de Oliveria, and Nicea Nogueir, Organizadores. Colecao X. Rio de Janeiro, 2020.  

---. “Sunflower Suture: Disseminating the Garden in The Years.” 119-26 in Interdisciplinary/ Multidisciplinary Woolf: Selected Papers from the Twenty-Second Annual International Conference on Virginia Woolf, ed. Ann Martin and Kathryn Holland.  Clemson, SC: Clemson University Digital; 2013.

---. “Twists of the Lily: Floral Ambivalence in the Work of Virginia Woolf and Georgia O’Keeffe.” 36-46 in Virginia Woolf and Her Female Contemporaries: Selected Papers from the Twenty-Fifth Annual International Conference on Virginia Woolf, ed. Julie Vandivere and Megan Hicks. Clemson UP, 2016.

Spater, George and Ian Parsons.  A Marriage of True Minds: An Intimate Portrait of Leonard and Virginia Woolf.  NYC: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1977.

Spiropoulou. Angeliki. "’On Not Knowing Greek’: Virginia Woolf's Spatial Critique of Authority .” Interdisciplinary Literary Studies Vol. 4, No. 1 (Fall 2002), pp. 1-19.

Sproles, Karyn Z. Desiring Women: The Partnership of Virginia Woolf and Vita Sackville-West. U of Toronto P, 2006.

Staub, Jack. 75 Exceptional Herbs for your Garden. Salt Lake City: Gibbs Smith, 2008.

Stephen, Leslie, Sir Leslie Stephen’s Mausoleum Book. With an Introduction by Alan Bell.  Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1977.

Stewart, Jack F.  "Color in To the Lighthouse."  Twentieth-Century Literature 31.4 (Winter 1985): 438-58. 

Stewart, Jack; A 'Need of Distance and Blue': Space, Color, and Creativity in To the Lighthouse.” Twentieth Century Literature 46.1 (2000 Spring): 78-99.

 

Trapp, J. B. “The Owl's Ivy and the Poet's Bays: An Enquiry into Poetic Garlands.”Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes , 21 (1958): 227-55.

Tyler, Lisa. “Mother-Daughter Passion and Rapture: The Demeter Myth in the Fiction of Virginia Woolf and Doris Lessing.”. pp. 73-91 IN: Saxton, Ruth (ed.); Tobin, Jean (ed.) Woolf and Lessing: Breaking the Mold. New York: St. Martin's, 1994.

 

Walford, Edward. 'Kensington Gardens', in Old and New London: Volume 5 (London, 1878), pp. 152-161. British History Online  http://www.british-history.ac.uk/old-new-london/vol5/pp152-161 [accessed 23 May 2020]Ward, Bobby  J.  A Contemplation Upon Flowers: Garden Plants in Myth and Literature. Portland, OR: Timber Press, 1999.

Ward, William E. “The Lotus Symbol: Its Meaning in Buddhist Art and Philosophy.”  The Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism 11.2 (December 1952): 135-46.

Warner, Eric.  The Waves. Cambridge UP, 1987. 

Watts, D. C.  Elsevier’s Dictionary of Plant Lore. Academic Press: London, 2007.

Westman, Karin E.  “The First Orlando: The Laugh of the Comic Spirit in Virginia Woolf's 'Friendships Gallery'.” Twentieth Century Literature 47.1 (2001 Spring;): 39-71. 

Winston, Janet.  “Reading Influences: Homoeroticism and Mentoring in Katherine Mansfield’s ‘Carnation’ and Virginia Woolf’s ‘Moments of Being: Slater’s Pins Have No Points.”  Barrett, Eileen and Patricia Cramer, eds. Virginia Woolf: Lesbian Readings.  New York UP, 1997. 57-77

Wood, Andelys.  “Buying Flowers and the Ecology of London in Mrs. Dalloway.” Mosaic 36.2 (June 2003): 19-33.

                        https://www.academia.edu/820875/Buying_Flowers_and_the_Ecology_of_London_in_Mrs._Dalloway  Accessed 5/28/16 

Zoob, Caroline. Virginia Woolf’s Garden: The Story of the Garden at Monk’s House. London: Arum Press, Jacqui Small LLP, 2013.

 

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Woolf, Leonard. Downhill All the Way: An Autobiography of the Years 1919 to 1939. New York, NY: Harcourt Brace 1967.

---. Garden Diary and Account Books.  University of Sussex Library, Special Collections, Leonard Woolf Papers.  Box II, item  3i.

---. The Letters of Leonard Woolf.  Ed. by Frederic Spotts. NYC: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1989.

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Woolf, Virginia

--Between the Acts.  1941.  Annotated and with an Introduction by Melba Cuddy- Keane.  New York: Harcourt, 2008.

Pointz Hall: The Earlier and Later Typescripts of Between the Acts. Ed. with an Intro, Annotations and an Afterword, by Mitchell A Leaska. New York: University Publications(U of Michigan), 1983.

 

---. The Complete Shorter Fiction of Virginia Woolf. Ed. Susan Dick.  2nd. Ed. New York: Harcourt, 1989.

---.  The Diary of Virginia Woolf. 5 vols. Ed. Anne Olivier Bell and Andrew McNellie. New York, NY: Harcourt Brace, 1977-1984.

---.  The Essays of Virginia Woolf. 6 vols. Ed. Andrew McNeillie and Stuart N. Clarke.  London: The Hogarth Press; New York: Harcourt, 1987-2011.

---.  Freshwater: A Comedy.  Edited and with a Preface by Lucio P. Ruotolo.  Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1976.

--- “Friendship’s Gallery.” 1907.  Ed. Ellen Hawkes.  Twentieth Century Literature 25 (1979): 270-302. 

 

---. Jacob’s Room. 1922. Annotated and with an Introduction by Vara Neverow. New York: Harcourt, 2008.

---. Virginia Woolf's Jacob's Room: The Holograph Draft. Ed.  Edward Bishop.  Pace Univ Pr (June 1998).  

 

---. The Letters of Virginia Woolf. 6 vols.  Ed. Nigel Nicholson and Joanne Trautmann. Harcourt, 1975-80.

---. The London Scene: Five Essays by Virginia Woolf.  NY: Random House, 1975.

---. Melymbrosia: An Early Version of the Voyage Out by Virginia Woolf. Ed. Louise A. DeSalvo . New York Public Library 1981.

---. Moments of Being: Unpublished Autobiographical Writings. Ed. Jeanne Schulkind.  2nd. Ed. Harcourt, 1976.

 

---. Mrs. Dalloway.   Annot. And Intro by Bonnie Kime Scott.  Harcourt, 2005.

---. Mrs. Dalloway by Virginia Woolf. The Cambridge Edition of Virginia Woolf.  Fernald, Anne, edCambridge UP, 2015.

---. “The Hours: The British Museum Manuscript of Mrs. Dalloway.  Transcribed and edited by Helen M. Wussow.  New York: Pace UP, 2010.

 

---. Night and Day. 1920.  Harcourt, 1948.

 

---. Orlando. 1928. Annotated and with an Introduction by Maria DiBattista.  New York: Harcourt , 2006.

---. The Cambridge Edition of the Works of Virginia Woolf.  Orlando: A Biography. Ed. Suzanne Raitt and Ian Blyth. Cambridge UP 2008.

---. Orlando: The Holograph Draft.  Transcribed and edited by Stuart Nelson Clarke.  SN Clarke: Lonson, 1993.

 

---. A Passionate Apprentice: The Early Journals 1897-1909.  Ed. Mitchell A. Leaska.  New York: Harcourt, 1990.

 

---. Roger Fry: A Biography.  1940; NY: Harcourt, Brace Jovanovich, 1968.

 

---.  A Room of One’s Own. 1929. Annot and Intro by Susan Gubar,  New York: Harcourt, 2005.

---. Women and Fiction: The Manuscript Versions of a Room of One’s Own. Ed. S.P. Rosenbaum. Shakespeare’s Head Press. Oxford, Blackwell’s, 1992.

 

---. “Some New Letters.” Ed. Joanne Trautmann Banks.  Modern Fiction Studies. 30.2  (Summer 1984): 175-202.

 

---. To the Lighthouse. 1927. Annotated and with an Introduction by Mark Hussey. New York: Harcourt, 2005.

---. To the Lighthouse: The Original Holograph Draft : by Virginia Woolf. Ed. Susan Dick. University of Toronto Press, 1982.


---. The Voyage Out. Harcourt Brace (Harvest), 1948.

 ---. Melymbrosia: An Early Version of the Voyage Out by Virginia Woolf. Ed. Louise A. DeSalvo . New York Public Library 1981.

 

---. The Waves. 1931. Annotated and with an Introduction by Molly Hite.  New York: Harcourt, 2006.

---. The Waves: The Two Holograph Drafts by Virginia Woolf. Transcribed and Edited By J. W. Graham.  London: The Hogarth Press, 1976.  

 

---.  The Years.1939.  Annot. And Intro by Eleanor McNees.  New York: Harcourt, 2008.

 ---.  The Shakespeare Head Edition of The Years by Virginia Woolf. Bradshaw, David and Ian Blyth, eds.  John Wiley & Sons Ltd/ Blackwell Publishing, 2012.

---. The Pargiters: The Novel-Essay Portion of The Years. Ed. Mitchell A. Leaska. A Harvest Book. NY: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1977.

 

--- and Lytton Strachy.  Virginia Woolf and Lytton Strachey: Letters. Selected and Annotated by Leonard Woolf and James Strachey. New York: Harcourt, Brace and Company, 1956.

 



 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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