Another Look Presents Virginia Woolf's A Room of One's Own

Please join us for a discussion of Virginia Woolf's 1929 A Room of One's Own. According to a contemporary review in the Los Angeles Times, "If you miss this book, which is profound and subtle and gently ironic and beautifully written, you will have missed an important reading experience." Another Look will reconsider the book's legacy a century later. The Bloomsbury author's iconic book, an extended essay, is in public domain and widely available. 


About the Speakers

Panelists will include: Stanford Prof. Robert Pogue Harrison, author, director of Another Look, host of the radio talk show and podcast series “Entitled Opinions,” and a regular contributor to The New York Review of Books and Stanford Prof. Tobias Wolff, one of America’s leading writers, a founding director of Another Look, and a recipient of the National Medal of Arts.

Constance Solari is a writing coach and the author of four novels, including 2012’s Sophie’s Fire: The Story of Saint Madeleine Sophie BaratMaria Florence Massucco, is a PhD candidate in Italian Studies who specializes in the 20th century novel. 


Another Look is a seasonal book club that draws together Stanford’s top writers and scholars with distinguished figures from the Bay Area and beyond. The books selected are short masterpieces you may not have read before.

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