Virginia Woolf

Adeline Virginia Woolf (January 25, 1882-March 28, 1941) was a British essayist, novelist, and critic. Considered one of the most influential modernists of the twentieth century, she co-founded the Hogarth Press with her husband, Leonard Woolf. Woolf wrote Jacob's Room, To the Lighthouse, Mrs. Dalloway, The Wave, among many other novels and essays. She played a significant role within the Bloomsbury Group of intellectuals.