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Kensington to Rodmell: Virginia Woolf's Life
Famous UK Women
"From her "Room of One's Own", Virginia Woolf penned her way into literary and feminist history. Enjoy this exploration of her life."
15 Points Per Correct Answer - No time limit
During her childhood, Woolf spent a lot of time with her family at their summer home in Cornwall. What was the name given to this home?
Virginia, along with other members of the Bloomsbury group, orchestrated an elaborate prank wherein they convinced the Royal Navy, among others, that they were a group of Abyssinian royals. What was the name given to the plot?
The Bellerophon Plot
The Temeraire Ruse
The Superb Swindle
The Dreadnought Hoax
Which of Woolf's novels is considered by critics and scholars as a sort of love letter from Woolf to Vita Sackville-West?
To the Lighthouse
This Woolf composition was inspired by "The Barretts of Wimpole Street," a play by Rudolf Besier?
Flush: A Biography
Roger Fry: A Biography
Where did Woolf acquire the very little formal education she received?
City University, London
University of Oxford
King's College, London
University of Paris
Virginia and Leonard Woolf leaped into the world of publishing in 1917. This endeavor was named:
Faber and Faber
Virginia's older sister Vanessa carved a place for herself in the arts, as well. What was Vanessa's special talent?
Virginia's 1915 novel "The Voyage Out" originally carried what title?
What prompted Virginia and Leonard to move to their country home, Monk's House, full-time?
The commotion of the city exacerbated Virginia's mental illness.
Their London home was damaged in an air raid.
They could no longer afford to live in London.
Monk's House was better for entertaining guests.
After a life long struggle with mental illness, Virginia Woolf committed suicide by drowning herself. In what river did this take place?
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