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Virginia Woolf: Mr. Bennett And Mrs. Brown  s:en:Index:Mr. Bennett And Mrs. Brown.pdf  (Wikidata search (Cirrus search) Wikidata query (SPARQL)  Create new Wikidata item based on this file)
Virginia Woolf  (1882–1941)  wikidata:Q40909 s:en:Author:Virginia Woolf q:en:Virginia Woolf
Virginia Woolf
Description British novelist, essayist, autobiographer, short story writer, diarist and literary critic
Date of birth/death 25 January 1882 Edit this at Wikidata 28 March 1941 Edit this at Wikidata
Location of birth/death London Lewes
Work period 1904 Edit this at Wikidata–1941 Edit this at Wikidata
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Mr. Bennett And Mrs. Brown
It's an important essay of Virginia Woolf in which she discusses about the new directions Modern Literature was going to at the beginning of the twentieth century. 
Language English
Publication date 1924
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Source Internet Archive identifier: VirginiaWoolfMr.BennettAndMrs.Brown
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