Virginia Woolf

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    Oma tuba

    Virginia Woolf

    Virginia Woolfi (1882–1941) peetakse üheks XX sajandi tähtsamaks modernistlikuks autoriks. Kirjandusloos tuntakse teda eelkõige romaanikunsti uuendajana, kuid Woolfi mänglev ja julge kirjutuslaad avaldub ka novellides ja arvustustes, samuti esseedes, millest suurem osa autori eluajal ilmuda ei jõudnudki.
    „Oma tuba“ sündis kahest ettekandest teemal „Naised ja ilukirjandus“, mille Woolf pidas aastal 1929, kuid mis mõjuvad värskelt ja aktuaalselt ka täna. Essee illustreerib nii Woolfi lopsakat stiili kui ka oskust käsitleda oma kaasaja põletavamaid maha vaikitud probleeme elegantse vaimukusega. Woolfi elujaatavast toonist peegeldub soov vabaneda mistahes jäigastunud mõõdupuudest, ilma et seejuures takerdutaks kammitsevasse ängistusse.
    Loomingu Raamatukogus on ilmunud ka Virginia Woolfi romaanid „Tuletorni juurde“ (1983, nr 5–7) Malle Talveti ja Jaak Rähesoo tõlkes, „Orlando. Elulugu“ (1997, nr 31–34), „Proua Dalloway“ (1998, nr 13–16) ja „Lained“ (1999, nr 3–6), tõlkijaks Riina Jesmin, autobiograafiline „Olemise hetked. Märkmeid möödanikust“ (2013, nr 33–35), mille on tõlkinud Krista Mits, ning lühijuttude valimik „Kirjutamata romaan ja teisi jutte“ (2017, nr 25–26) Mirjam Parve tõlkes. „Oma toa“ uustrüki saatesõna on kirjutanud Eret Talviste.

    La señora Dalloway

    Virginia Woolf

    Publicada originalmente en 1925, La señora Dalloway es la cuarta novela de Virginia Woolf, en ella nos relata un día en la vida de Clarissa, dama de alta alcurnia londinense. Considerada como una obra maestra por la crítica pues en ella se aprecia la magnífica pluma de Woolf, que le imprime una belleza original y relata casi fotográficamente la vida en el Londres después de la Primera Guerra Mundial. Esperamos, querido lector, que disfrute una de las joyas de la literatura universal.

    Mrs. Dalloway

    Virginia Woolf

    Klassikerinnen neu entdeckt von Schriftstellerinnen der Gegenwart Einer der berühmtesten Romane der englischen Literatur erzählt einen Tag im Leben der Clarissa Dalloway – und zugleich ein ganzes Leben voller Leerstellen und in engen Grenzen. «›Change‹ heißen die Wechseljahre auf Englisch. Und in diesem Zeichen – change –, in dem Zeichen, sich zu verändern, verändern zu müssen, steht Clarissa Dalloway.» (Ulrike Draesner)

    Fale

    Virginia Woolf

    Pokój Jakuba

    Virginia Woolf

    Virginia Woolf: The Complete Works

    Virginia Woolf

    THE NOVELS The Voyage Out (1915) Night and Day (1919) Jacob's Room (1922) Mrs. Dalloway (1925) To the Lighthouse (1927) The Waves (1931) The Years (1937) Between the Acts (1941)
    THE 'BIOGRAPHIES' Orlando: a biography (1928) Flush: a biography (1933) Roger Fry: a biography (1940)
    THE STORIES Two Stories (1917) Kew Gardens (1919) Monday or Tuesday (1921) A Haunted House, and other short stories (1944) Nurse Lugton's Golden Thimble (1966) Mrs Dalloway's Party (1973) The Complete Shorter Fiction (1985)
    THE ESSAYS Mr. Bennett and Mrs. Brown (1924) The Common Reader I (1925) A Room of One's Own (1929) On Being Ill (1930) The London Scene (1931) A Letter to a Young Poet (1932) The Common Reader II (1932) Walter Sickert: a conversation (1934) Three Guineas (1938) Reviewing (1939) The Death of the Moth, and other essays (1942) The Moment, and other essays (1947) The Captain's Death Bed, and other essays (1950) Granite and Rainbow (1958) Books and Portraits (1978) Women And Writing (1979) 383 Essays from newspapers and magazines
    AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL WRITING A Writer's Diary (1953) Moments of Being (1976) The Diary Vols. 1–5 (1977-84) The Letters Vols. 1–6 (1975-80) The Letters of V.W. and Lytton Strachey (1956)  A Passionate Apprentice. The Early Journals 1887-1909 (1990)  THE PLAY Freshwater: A Comedy (both versions) (1976)

    Ein Zimmer für sich allein

    Virginia Woolf

    Warum werden eigentlich so übermäßig viele Bücher von Männern geschrieben? Geistige Freiheit hängt von materiellen Dingen ab, betont Virginia Woolf in ihrer großen Streitschrift, einem Schlüsselwerk des Feminismus. Und die hatten Frauen über Jahrhunderte nicht. Jede Frau sollte «fünfhundert Pfund im Jahr und ein eigenes Zimmer» haben. Das ist Unabhängigkeit. Axel Monte hat den brillanten Essay übersetzt, mit den nötigen Erläuterungen versehen und ein Nachwort beigegeben, das die Lebensumstände Virginia Woolfs beleuchtet und mit Missverständnissen aufräumt. – Mit einer kompakten Biographie der Autorin.

    Mrs. Dalloway (Musaicum Must Classics)

    Virginia Woolf

    Clarissa Dalloway, the wife of a Conservative member of parliament, is preparing to give an evening party, while the shell-shocked Septimus Warren Smith hears the birds in Regent's Park chattering in Greek. There seems to be nothing, except perhaps London, to link Clarissa and Septimus. She is middle-aged and prosperous, with a sheltered happy life behind her; Smith is young, poor, and driven to hatred of himself and the whole human race. Yet both share a terror of existence, and sense the pull of death. The world of Mrs Dalloway is evoked in Woolf's famous stream of consciousness style, in a lyrical and haunting language which has made this, from its publication in 1925, one of her most popular novels.

    Mrs. Dalloway

    Virginia Woolf

    Widely heralded as one of the first truly modern novels, Virginia Woolf’s “Mrs. Dalloway” was published in 1925 and is one of the author’s most popular and critically acclaimed works. All of the events of the novel take place on a single day in June 1923 and the novel’s perspective varies often as Woolf journeys inside the minds of many characters as they each experience the day and connect its events to the memories of their past. The two main characters are Clarissa Dalloway, a wealthy woman of high society who is planning a party for that evening, and Septimus Warren Smith, a veteran of the First World War, who continues to suffer from the trauma he experienced on the battlefield. Both characters are constantly aware of the passage of time, as Clarissa often reflects on her happy youth and her missed opportunities for love and passion and Septimus is haunted by his memories of the horror he witnessed and feels death looming ever closer and closer. Heartbreaking and powerfully evocative, “Mrs. Dalloway” is a timeless masterpiece about finding the joy in little things while never completely forgetting the fleetingness of life and the inevitably of death. This edition includes a biographical afterword.

    A Room of One's Own

    Virginia Woolf