Tags : Virginia Woolf

‘The Great Gatsby’ Enters Public Domain

As of 1st January 2021, the U.S. copyright has expired on a myriad of novels, films, and songs that were produced in 1925, allowing anyone to use them free of charge and setting the stage for potential new adaptations and reworkings. Among the works that have now officially entered the public domain are classic titles such […]Read More

Unravelling Gender Binaries in Virginia Woolf’s Orlando

Back when lockdown 2.0 was merely an idea, I visited Unfinished Business: The Fight For Women’s Rights at The British Library. There, in the ‘Body’ section, was a first edition of Orlando by Virginia Woolf. Below, it asked whether Orlando was the first English-language trans novel, and suddenly I found myself in Hatchards on the […]Read More

My Life In Books: Rosie Coleman Collier

When I was in reception, my school report said something like “Rosie tends to choose the library corner in her spare time.” Fourteen years later and that love of books and reading hasn’t disappeared, to the point where I hope to go on next year to read more in an English Literature degree. As cliché […]Read More