“The writer’s job is to get the main character up a tree, and once they are up there, throw rocks at them.” So how do you get your protagonist in trouble?
Virginia Woolf's niece, Angelica Bell, as Ophelia, Charleston, c. 1935.
Virginia Woolf at 14 years old, 1896.
(Picture of Woolf taken by Lady Ottoline Morrell)
Ernest Hemingway e il principio dell'iceberg
Virginia Woolf at Garsington: photograph, 1923.
Virginia Woolf at Knole house in 1927.
Virginia & Julian Bell,1910.
Virginia Woolf (English, 1882-1941) at Monk's House, Sussex, date unknown