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Q. What is written on the epitaph of Virginia Woolf?
Ans. “Beneath this tree are buried the ashes of Virginia Woolf”
Q. Virginia Woolf’s father was previously married to the daughter of?
Ans. William Mackpeace Thackeray
Q. Virginia Woolf had a lesbian affair with? Ans. Vita Sackville-West
Q. Who compared Jane Austen with Shakespeare?
Ans. Virginia Woolf (Jane Austen MCQ’s) (Shakespeare MCQ’s)
Q. Who wrote the play Who’s Afraid Of Virginia Woolf?
Ans. Edward Albee
Q. Who wrote the novel Between the Acts? Ans. Virginia Woolf
Q. The novel Between the Acts is set in?
Ans. England
Q. How many siblings, including half-siblings, did Virginia Woolf have?
Ans. Seven (To The Lighthouse MCQ’s)
Q. What famous American poet was Virginia Woolf’s godfather?
Ans. James Russell Lowell
Q. What was the title of the little family newspaper Virginia Woolf founded when she was a child?
Ans. Hyde Park Gate News
Q. What was the nickname Virginia Woolf’s family gave her due to her mischievous nature? Ans. Goat
Q. Which of Virginia Woolf’s brothers sexually abused her?
Ans. George Duckworth
Q. Who wrote the novel The Waves?
Ans. Virginia Woolf
Q. How many pages are there in the novel The Waves?
Ans. 324

Q. How old was Virginia Woolf when her mother died, an event Virginia would later call “the greatest disaster that could have happened”? Ans. Thirteen years old
Q. Virginia Woolf agreed to write the biography of which member of the Bloomsbury Group? Ans. Roger Fry
Q. How old was Virginia Woolf when she died?
Ans. 59
Q. Which of Virginia Woolf’s relatives became her most famous biographer?
Ans. Quentin Bell, her nephew
Q. Virginia Woolf had a pet dog. What was the name of the dog?
Ans. Hans
Q. When was the novel The Waves published?
Ans. 1931
Q. Which work of Virginia Woolf is her most sombre and moving work and some of the most daring fiction produced in the 20th century?
Ans. Between the Acts
Q. Virginia Woolf thought of committing suicide many times. How did Woolf try to commit suicide when she was 22?
Ans. By jumping from a window
Q. Who wrote The Death of the Moth?
Ans. Virginia Woolf
Q. Where did Virginia Woolf obtain her high schooling?
Ans. At home: she was homeschooled
Q. Virginia Woolf penned altogether?
Ans. Nine novels
Q. What did Virginia Woolf say would be “the one experience I shall never describe”?
Ans. Her own death
Q. Woolf once admitted to being afraid of what?
Ans. Sex
Q. Virginia Woolf attempted suicide in?
Ans. 1913
Q. Virginia Woolf was suffering from?
Ans. Mania and depression

Q. Virginia Woolf was a?
Ans. Novelist, Essayist, critic and publisher
Q. The Alma mater of Virginia Woolf was? Ans. King’s College London
Q. Who wrote, “A woman must have money and a room of her own if she is to write fiction?”
Ans. Virginia Woolf
Q. Virginia Woolf’s original name in full was? Ans. Adeline Virginia Stephen
Q. Who said, “As a woman I have no country. As a woman my country is the whole world?” Ans. Virginia Woolf
Q. Who wrote The Mark on the Wall?
Ans. Virginia Woolf
Q. The first published story by Virginia Woolf is?
Ans. The Mark on the Wall
Q. Who wrote Night and Day?
Ans. Virginia Woolf
Q. Which novel of Virginia Woolf examines the relationships between love, marriage, happiness, and success?
Ans. Night and Day
Q. Who wrote, “One cannot think well, love well, sleep well, if one has not dined well?” Ans. Virginia Woolf
Q. Virginia Woolf had harsh feelings toward? Ans. Judaism
Q. Virginia Woolf believed that birds chirped in?
Ans. Greek
Q. What caused Virginia Woolf’s first mental breakdown?
Ans. Being sexually abused by her parents
Q. Besides her novels, Virginia Woolf’s………… is also read nowadays?
Ans. Literary criticism
Q. Night and Day by Virginia Woolf answers her husband Leonard Woolf’s story?
Ans. The Wise Virgins
Q. Virginia Woolf’s essay “Modern Novels”
was revised as?
Ans. “Modern Fiction”

Q. Which work of Virginia Woolf attacked the “materialists” who wrote about superficial rather than spiritual or “luminous” experiences?
Ans. Modern Novels OR Modern Fiction
Q. Who wrote Monday or Tuesday?
Ans. Virginia Woolf
Q. What is Monday OR Tuesday?
Ans. It is a short story collection by Virginia Woolf
Q. The most stylised of Virginia Woolf’s works is?
Ans. The Waves
Q. As a child, Virginia Woolf was a formidable?
Ans. Bowler
Q. Some of Virginia Woolf’s first articles were published in?
Ans. The Guardian
Q. Who once said, “I don’t like old ladies who guzzle?”
Ans. Virginia Woolf
Q. When Virginia Woolf asked T.S. Eliot at a particular dinner party to define his belief in God, Eliot?
Ans. Did not answer (T S Eliot MCQ’s)
Q. In 1917 the Woolfs bought a printing press and founded?
Ans. The Hogarth Press
Q. Who wrote Jacob’s Room?
Ans. Virginia Woolf
Q. In which novel Virginia Woolf transformed personal grief over the death of Thoby Stephen into a spiritual shape?
Ans. Jacob’s Room
Q. Virginia Woolf’s feet were her favourite? Ans. Mode of transport
Q. Virginia Woolf was born in?
Ans. Kensington, Middlesex, England
Q. Who admired George Eliot’s writing?
Ans. Virginia Woolf (George Eliot MCQ’s)
Q. How did Virginia Woolf die?
Ans. She drowned herself

Q. Virginia Woolf’s suicide note to her husband contains?
Ans. A grocery list
Q. Who wrote the novel To the Lighthouse? Ans. Virginia Woolf (To The Lighthouse MCQ’s)
Q. When was To the Lighthouse published? Ans. 1927
Q. Who wrote the anticolonialist novel The Village in the Jungle?
Ans. Virginia Woolf’s husband Leonard Woolf
Q. What was the name of the group of artists and intellectuals to which Woolf belonged? Ans. The Bloomsbury Group
Q. Who said about James Joyce’s Ulysses, “The work of a queasy undergraduate scratching his pimples?”
Ans. Virginia Woolf (James Joyce MCQ’s)
Q. What name was Virginia Woolf given after her birth?
Ans. Virginia Stephen
Q. She was the daughter of…………, who was an eminent literary figure and the first editor of the Dictionary of National Biography?
Ans. Leslie Stephen
Q. Virginia Woolf was born in?
Ans. 1882. She died in 1941
Q. Who wrote A Room of One’s Own?
Ans. Virginia Woolf
Q. In which work Virginia Woolf blamed women’s absence from history not on their lack of brains and talent but on their poverty? Ans. A Room of One’s Own
Q. Through To the Lighthouse and The Waves, Virginia Woolf became, with James Joyce and William Faulkner, one of the three major English-language Modernist experimenters in?
Ans. Stream-of-consciousness writing
Q. After her father died in 1904, Virginia had a?
Ans. Nervous breakdown
Q. Who committed herself to creating in language “some kind of whole made of shivering fragments,” to capturing “the flight of the mind.”?
Ans. Virginia Woolf

Q. Virginia Woolf wrote anonymous literary reviews for?
Ans. Times Literary Supplement
Q. Virginia Woolf married?
Ans. Leonard Woolf
Q. Virginia Woolf’s husband Leonard Woolf served as?
Ans. Colonial administrator
Q. Leonard Woolf and Virginia Woolf married in?
Ans. 1912
Q. Who wrote the novel Mrs. Dalloway?
Ans. Virginia Woolf
Q. An absurdist drama based on the life of Virginia Woolf’s great-aunt Julia Margaret Cameron is? Ans. Freshwater
Q. Virginia Woolf’s Mrs. Dalloway was greatly influenced by?
Ans. James Joyce (James Joyce MCQ’s)
Q. Virginia Woolf’s first novel The Voyage Out appeared in?
Ans. 1915
Q. Virginia Woolf’s first really mature work with internal monologues is?
Ans. Jacob’s Room
Q. Which work of Virginia Woolf almost entirely lacks plot?
Ans. The Waves
Q. Who wrote Flush?
Ans. Virginia Woolf
Q. Who wrote The Common Reader?
Ans. Virginia Woolf
Q. Who wrote, “I believe that all novels deal with character, and that it is to express character that the form of the novel has been evolved?”
Ans. Virginia Woolf

Q. Throughout her life Virginia Woolf had severe attacks of mental illness, which is now known as?
Ans. Bipolar disorder
Q. After her father’s death, Virginia Woolf moved to a house in the Bloomsbury area of?
Ans. London
Q. Virginia Woolf’s first novels The Voyage Out and Night and Day were written in?
Ans. Traditional form
Q. The most lyrical book of all Virginia Woolf’s works is? Ans. Between the Acts
Q. The most difficult work of Virginia Woolf is?
Ans. The Waves
Q. The aim of The Hogarth Press was?
Ans. A hobby of printing rather than publishing
Q. The character Mrs. Ramsay appears in? Ans. To the Lighthouse by Virginia Woolf (To The Lighthouse MCQ’s)
Q. Virginia Woolf recast Melymbrosia as? Ans. The Voyage Out in 1913
Q. In which novel a character changes his sex?
Ans. Orlando
Q. Who emphasized the importance of characters?
Ans. Virginia Woolf
Q. A Room Of One’s Own by Virginia Woolf is?
Ans. An essay on Feminism
Q. How many drafts did Virginia Woolf go through in the composition of The Voyage Out?
Ans. Seven

Q. Which member of the Bloomsbury Group proposed to Virginia Woolf, then rescinded the offer the next day?
Ans. Lytton Stratchey
Q. What world event delayed the publication of The Voyage Out?
Ans. World War One
Q. Which of Virginia Woolf’s novels was the first full-length novel Hogarth Press published? Ans. Jacob’s Room
Q. Virginia Woolf’s light novel Flush purports to be the biography of what famous British poet’s dog?
Ans. Elizabeth Barrett Browning (Robert Browning MCQ’s)
Q. What is the name of Virginia Woolf’s novel that was originally titled Melymbrosia?
Ans. The Voyage Out
Q. Mr. Bennet and Mrs. Brown” is Virginia Woolf’s treatise on?
Ans. Modern fiction
Q. The fantastic biography written by Virginia Woolf Orlando was inspired by?
Ans. Vita Sackville-West
Q. It was with Orlando: a Biography (1928) that Virginia Woolf scored anything like a popular success?
Ans. True
Q. Who wrote The Years?
Ans. Virginia Woolf
Q. An unfinished novel of Virginia Woolf is? Ans. Between the Acts
Q. Which work of Virginia Woolf offered a fictionalized survey of English literature from Elizabethan times to 1928?
Ans. Orlando
Q. Who dismissed Ulysses as “a misfire”? Ans. Virginia Woolf
Q. What Shakespearean lines have been repeated several times in Virginia Woolf’s novel Mrs. Dolloway? (Shakespeare MCQ’s)
Ans. “Fear no more the heat of the sun, nor the furious Winter’s rages”
Q. Which work is considered to be Virginia Woolf’s most experimental work?
Ans. The Waves
Q. Mrs. Dalloway, has been translated into over?
Ans. Fifty languages (To The Lighthouse MCQ’s)
Q. Who wrote Mr Bennett and Mrs Brown? Ans. Virginia Woolf

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Virginia Woolf MCQ’s

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Virginia Woolf MCQ’s

Virginia Woolf MCQ’s


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