See also: Bibliography of Virginia Woolf
* The Voyage Out (1915)
* Night and Day (1919)
* Jacob's Room (1922)
* Mrs Dalloway (1925)
* To the Lighthouse (1927)
* Orlando (1928)
* The Waves (1931)
* The Years (1937)
* Between the Acts (1941)
 Short story collections
* Monday or Tuesday (1921)
* A Haunted House and OtherShort Stories (1944)
* Mrs Dalloway's Party (1973)
* The Complete Shorter Fiction (1985)
Virginia Woolf published three books to which she gave the subtitle "A Biography":
* Orlando: A Biography (1928, usually characterised Novel, inspired by the life of Vita Sackville-West)
* Flush: A Biography (1933, more explicitly cross-genre: fiction as "stream ofconsciousness" tale by Flush, a dog; non-fiction in the sense of telling the story of the owner of the dog, Elizabeth Barrett Browning), reprinted in 2005 by Persephone Books
* Roger Fry: A Biography (1940, usually characterised non-fiction, however: "[Woolf's] novelistic skills worked against her talent as a biographer, for her impressionistic observations jostled uncomfortably with the simultaneousneed to marshall a multitude of facts.")
 Non-fiction books
* Modern Fiction (1919)
* The Common Reader (1925)
* A Room of One's Own (1929)
* On Being Ill (1930)
* The London Scene (1931)
* The Common Reader: Second Series (1932)
* Three Guineas (1938)
* The Death of the Moth and Other Essays (1942)
* The Moment and Other Essays (1947)
* TheCaptain's Death Bed And Other Essays (1950)
* Granite and Rainbow (1958)
* Books and Portraits (1978)
* Women And Writing (1979)
* Collected Essays (four volumes)
* Freshwater: A Comedy (performed in 1923, revised in 1935, and published in 1976)
 Autobiographical writings and diaries
* A Writer’s Diary (1953) – Extracts from the complete diary
* Momentsof Being (1976)
* A Moment's Liberty: the shorter diary (1990)
* The Diary of Virginia Woolf (five volumes) – Diary of Virginia Woolf from 1915 to 1941
* Passionate Apprentice: The Early Journals, 1897–1909 (1990)
* Travels With Virginia Woolf (1993) – Greek travel diary of Virginia Woolf, edited by Jan Morris
* The Platform of Time: Memoirs of Family and Friends, ExpandedEdition, edited by S. P. Rosenbaum (London, Hesperus, 2008)
* Congenial Spirits: The Selected Letters (1993)
* The Letters of Virginia Woolf 1888–1941 (six volumes, 1975–1980)
* Paper Darts: The Illustrated Letters of Virginia Woolf (1991)
 Prefaces, contributions
* Selections Autobiographical and Imaginative from the Works of George Gissing ed. Alfred C.Gissing, with an introduction by Virginia Woolf (London & New York, 1929)
* Virginia Woolf by Nigel Nicolson. New York, Penguin Group. 2000
* Virginia Woolf: A Biography by Quentin Bell. New York, Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1972; Revised editions 1990, 1996
* "Vanessa and Virginia" by Susan Sellers (Two Ravens, 2008; Harcourt 2009) [Fictional biography of Woolf and hersister Vanessa Bell]
* The Unknown Virginia Woolf by Roger Poole. Cambridge UP, 1978.
* The Invisible Presence: Virginia Woolf and the Mother-Daughter Relationship by Ellen Bayuk Rosenman. Louisiana State University Press, 1986.
* Virginia Woolf and the politics of style, by Pamela J. Transue. SUNY Press, 1986. ISBN 0887062865.
* The Victorian heritage of Virginia Woolf: theexternal world in her novels, by Janis M. Paul. Pilgrim Books, 1987. ISBN 0937664731.
* Virginia Woolf's To the lighthouse, by Harold Bloom. Chelsea House, 1988. ISBN 1555460348.
* Virginia Woolf: the frames of art and life, by C. Ruth Miller. Macmillan, 1988. ISBN 0333448804.
* Virginia Woolf: The Impact of Childhood Sexual Abuse on Her Life and Work by Louise DeSalvo. Boston: Little...
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