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Virginia Woolf | 9 Women Who Shaped Science Fiction

Virginia Woolf

25 January 1882 – 28 March was an English author, essayist, publisher, and writer of short stories, regarded as one of the foremost modernist literary.

Virginia Woolf - elegant in a very simple way

Virginia Woolf: The Morley College Teacher

The great Writer Virginia Woolf in 1902 - Photo taken by George Charles Beresford -

Katherine Mansfield

Kathleen Mansfield Beauchamp Murry October 1888 – 9 January was a prominent modernist writer of short fiction who was born and brought up in colonial New Zealand and wrote under the pen name of Katherine Mansfield.

Virginia Woolf

"A beautiful, magical doll, very precious but sometimes rather uncontrollable." Ricard Kennedy on Virginia Woolf

Margaret Mitchell,  author of "Gone With The Wind" Wasn't she just beautiful?

About Margaret Munnerlyn Mitchell - Margaret Mitchell House, Author of Gone With the Wind another great adventure on your journey through Herstory

Science Fiction

Retro Nude Couple Looking at the Moon from Spaceship - BW

To the Lighthouse by Virginia Woolf (1927) | The 25 Most Challenging Books You Will Ever Read

The 25 Most Challenging Books You Will Ever Read

To the Lighthouse, Virginia Woolf Books that challenge you are great exercises for your brain. Woolf’s difficult 1927 novel is a demanding reading experience, but a slow examination of it pays off in dividends.

Colette.  "I love my past, I love my present. I am not ashamed of what I have had, and I am not sad because I no longer have it."

Colette

Brief biography of Sidonie-Gabrielle Colette French author known for her writing and performing and scandalous lifestyle.

Virginia Woolf

Bill Goldstein’s “The World Broke in Two” looks at four British writers — Woolf, Eliot, Forster and Lawrence — at a turning point in history.

F. Scott Fitzgerald as a young man - @~ Mlle  CURIOUSLY looks like Toby Maguire.

Scott Fitzgerald was born Francis Scott Key Fitzgerald on September in St. His namesake (and second cousin three times removed on his father's side) was Francis Scott Key, who wrote the lyrics to the "Star-Spangled Banner.

Carson McCullers, New York, 10 May 1950. Irving Penn. Platinum palladium print.

Carson McCullers, New York by Irving Penn - Carson McCullers, New York, 1950 Platinum palladium print Image: x in.) Sheet: 25 x 20 in.) Signed, stamped and numbered on verso Printed 1970 Edition Estimate USD Opening Bid USD

Feminist writer Collette as young woman with the long hair she had to leave home to cut, her mother was so proud of it

* Colette Sidonie-Gabrielle Colette was a defiantly independent woman. She wrote an opera with Ravel, was a confidante of Cocteau.

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