WSA Volume 16
By her own account, Virginia Woolf never went to school or college, educating herself by reading freely in her father's extensive library. But newly discovered documents in the archives of King's College London tell a different story. In "Tilting at Universities: Woolf at King's College London," Christine Kenyon Jones and Anna Snaith reproduce--for the first time--the enrollment lists, syllabi, and examination pass lists relating to Virginia and her sister Vanessa's studies at King's College between 1897 and 1901.
2010, Paper, 263 Pages