NYPL Virginia Woolf Pocket Notebook Set
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Virginia Woolf (1882–1941) was a British novelist, short-story writer, and literary critic who spent her creative life pushing the boundaries of literature. One of the most important figures of English literary modernism, Woolf set out to crystallize reality, to capture moments of being, to expose the innermost thoughts of her characters in the barest way.
This notebook set includes reproductions of covers of notebooks used by Woolf to draft novels and essays, including The Pargiters and The Waves. Capturing the rich patterns in exquisite detail, the sturdy covers make these slim notebooks perfect to carry everywhere you go. Pages feature lined, unlined, and graph paper.
NYPL's exhibition Virginia Woolf: A Modern Mind provided an intimate view of the author’s life and creative process through her personal notebooks and diaries, family photographs, and unpublished letters. The exhibition was drawn entirely from the holdings of the Henry W. and Albert A. Berg Collection of English and American Literature at The New York Public Library, which houses one of the most important collections of her writings in the world.
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Product: Set of 3 notebooks
Dim: 3" x 5.5"
Pages: 24 pp
Item Number: VWJS3