The Principal Works of Virginia Woolf (1882-1941)

For a complete listing, reference should be made to A Bibliography of Virginia Woolf, 4th ed., by B. J. Kirkpatrick and Stuart N. Clarke (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1997); the A-numbers below refer to item numbers in the Bibliography. Most of Woolf’s works are in print, were recently in print, or are in process of being reprinted; the only significant exceptions are her three Russian translations (not listed below). See also Recommended UK Paperback Editions of Virginia Woolf’s Works.

  • A1 THE VOYAGE OUT 1915
    Novel.
  • A2 THE MARK ON THE WALL 1917
    This short story was included in the first publication of the Hogarth Press entitled Two Stories (the other was by her husband Leonard). Reprinted in The Complete Shorter Fiction (A60).
  • A3 KEW GARDENS 1919
    This short story was reprinted in The Complete Shorter Fiction (A60).
  • A4 NIGHT AND DAY 1919
    Novel.
  • A5 MONDAY OR TUESDAY 1921
    This collection of short stories was reprinted in The Complete Shorter Fiction (A60).
  • A6 JACOB’S ROOM 1922
    Novel.
  • A7 MR. BENNETT AND MRS. BROWN 1924
    This essay was reprinted in The Essays, Vol. III (A65).
  • A8 THE COMMON READER 1925
    This collection of essays was reprinted in The Essays, Vol. IV (A74).
  • A9 MRS. DALLOWAY 1925
    Novel.
  • A10 TO THE LIGHTHOUSE 1927
    Novel.
  • A11 ORLANDO: A BIOGRAPHY 1928
    Novel.
  • A12 A ROOM OF ONE’S OWN 1929
    Extended essay: a woman must have £500 a year and a room of her own if she is to write fiction.
  • A16 THE WAVES 1931
    Novel.
  • A18 THE COMMON READER: SECOND SERIES 1932
    Essays.
  • A19 FLUSH: A BIOGRAPHY 1933
    A fictional biography of Elizabeth Barrett Browning’s dog.
  • A22 THE YEARS 1937
    Novel.
  • A23 THREE GUINEAS 1938
    Extended essay on the interrelationship between war, masculinity, and women’s education and employment.
  • A25 ROGER FRY: A BIOGRAPHY 1940

Posthumous

  • A26 BETWEEN THE ACTS 1941
    (ed. by Leonard Woolf) Novel.
  • A27 THE DEATH OF THE MOTH AND OTHER ESSAYS 1942
    (ed. by Leonard Woolf)
  • A28 A HAUNTED HOUSE AND OTHER SHORT STORIES 1943 [i.e. 1944]
    (ed. by Leonard Woolf) This collection of short stories was reprinted in The Complete Shorter Fiction (A60).
  • A29 THE MOMENT AND OTHER ESSAYS 1947
    (ed. by Leonard Woolf)
  • A30 THE CAPTAIN’S DEATH BED AND OTHER ESSAYS [1950]
    (ed. by Leonard Woolf)
  • A31 A WRITER’S DIARY 1953
    (ed. by Leonard Woolf) Extracts from the complete diary.
  • A34 GRANITE AND RAINBOW 1958
    (ed. by Leonard Woolf) Essays.
  • A35 CONTEMPORARY WRITERS 1965
    (ed. by Jean Guiguet) Essays.
  • A37, A39 COLLECTED ESSAYS: VOLUMES 1-4 1966-1967
    (ed. by Leonard Woolf) A reprinting and re-ordering of the essays in A8, A18, A27, A29, A30, and A34.
  • A41 A COCKNEY’S FARMING EXPERIENCES 1972 [i.e. 1973]
    (ed. by Suzanne Henig) Juvenilia. Reprinted in 1994.
  • A42 MRS DALLOWAY’S PARTY 1973
    (ed. by Stella McNichol) This collection of short stories was reprinted in The Complete Shorter Fiction (A60).
  • A44 THE FLIGHT OF THE MIND 1975
    (ed. by Nigel Nicolson with Joanne Trautmann) Collected letters, Vol. I, 1888-1912.
  • A45 MOMENTS OF BEING 1976
    (ed. by Jeanne Schulkind) Autobiography.
    * A46 FRESHWATER [1976]
    (ed. by Lucio P. Ruotolo) Play.
  • A47 THE QUESTION OF THINGS HAPPENING 1976
    (ed. by Nigel Nicolson with Joanne Trautmann) Collected letters, Vol. II, 1912-1922.
  • A48 THE DIARY OF VIRGINIA WOOLF: VOLUME I 1977
    (ed. by Anne Olivier Bell) 1915-1919
  • A49 BOOKS AND PORTRAITS 1977
    (ed. by Mary Lyon) Essays.
  • A51 A CHANGE OF PERSPECTIVE 1977
    (ed. by Nigel Nicolson with Joanne Trautmann) Collected letters, Vol. III, 1923-1928.
  • A52 THE DIARY OF VIRGINIA WOOLF: VOLUME II 1978
    (ed. by Anne Olivier Bell with Andrew McNeillie) 1920-1924.
  • A53 A REFLECTION OF THE OTHER PERSON 1978
    (ed. by Nigel Nicolson with Joanne Trautmann) Collected letters, Vol. IV, 1929-1931.
  • A53.1 WOMEN AND WRITING [1979]
    (ed. by Michèle Barrett) Selected essays.
  • A54 THE SICKLE SIDE OF THE MOON 1979
    (ed. by Nigel Nicolson with Joanne Trautmann) Collected letters, Vol. V, 1932-1935.
  • A55 THE DIARY OF VIRGINIA WOOLF: VOLUME III 1980
    (ed. by Anne Olivier Bell with Andrew McNeillie) 1925-1930.
  • A56 LEAVE THE LETTERS TILL WE’RE DEAD 1980
    (ed. by Nigel Nicolson with Joanne Trautmann) Collected letters, Vol. VI, 1936-1941.
  • A57 THE DIARY OF VIRGINIA WOOLF: VOLUME IV 1982
    (ed. by Anne Olivier Bell with Andrew McNeillie) 1931-1935.
  • A59 THE DIARY OF VIRGINIA WOOLF: VOLUME V 1984
    (ed. by Anne Olivier Bell with Andrew McNeillie) 1936-1941.
  • A60 THE COMPLETE SHORTER FICTION [1985]
    (ed. by Susan Dick)
  • A62 THE ESSAYS: VOLUME 1 [1986]
    (ed. by Andrew McNeillie) 1904-1912.
  • A63 THE ESSAYS: VOLUME 2 [1987]
    (ed. by Andrew McNeillie) 1912-1918.
  • A65 THE ESSAYS: VOLUME 3 [1988]
    (ed. by Andrew McNeillie) 1919-1924.
  • A66 CONGENIAL SPIRITS [1989]
    (ed. by Joanne Trautmann Banks) One-volume selection from the collected letters.
  • A67 A MOMENT’S LIBERTY 1990
    (ed. by Anne Olivier Bell) One-volume selection from the complete diary
  • A68 A PASSIONATE APPRENTICE [1990]
    (ed. by Mitchell A. Leaska) The early journals, 1897-1909.
  • A69 PAPER DARTS [1991]
    (ed. by Frances Spalding) Selected letters with many illustrations.
  • A70 A WOMAN’S ESSAYS [1992]
    (ed. by Rachel Bowlby) Selected essays.
  • A71 SELECTED SHORT STORIES [1993]
    (ed. by Sandra Kemp)
  • A72 THE CROWDED DANCE OF MODERN LIFE [1993]
    (ed. by Rachel Bowlby) Selected essays.
  • A73 TRAVELS WITH VIRGINIA WOOLF [1993]
    (ed. by Jan Morris) Travel writings.
  • A74 THE ESSAYS: VOLUME 4 [1994]
    (ed. by Andrew McNeillie) 1925-1928.
  •  THE ESSAYS: VOLUME 5 [2009]
    (ed. by Stuart N. Clarke) 1929-1932.
  • THE ESSAYS: VOLUME 6 [2011]
    (ed. by Stuart N. Clarke) 1933-1941.