Who was Virginia Woolf?

Virginia Woolf was a beautifully talented writer in Victorian England. Her works mostly consisted of essays, poems, and short stories however she did write a few novels. She was incredibly gifted and married a man named Leonard who opened up a printing press for her to have the ability to publish her work at her fingertips.

She was known to have struggled with mental health; often falling ill to severe headaches, depression, fits, and hearing voices. Her writing was both a result of this, and a temporary cure.

A few examples of her works include "The Kew Gardens", a short story; "The Death of the Moth," an Essay; and "Mrs. Dalloway" originally entitled "The Hours" which is one of her most recognized novels as it was adapted into the film and novel "The Hours" by Michael Cunningham.