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The Voice of Virginia Woolf

February 16, 2012 by
Filed under: Everything Else 

This audio recording, set to a series of photos, is said to be the only recording of Virginia Woolf’s voice. The recording is from a BBC radio broadcast in 1937.

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2 Comments on The Voice of Virginia Woolf

  1. Rebekah Brooks on Sat, 25th Feb 2012 5:23 pm
  2. When Nicole Kidman was researching Virginia Woolf for her role in The Hours she said she didn’t use this clip as a reference for her voice because she said it sound “too comical” which kind of annoyed me. But then again, Virginia’s nephew Quentin has said it isn’t a very good recording of her voice and she doesn’t really sound like that anyway virginiawoolfblog.com

  3. LitQuotes on Sat, 25th Feb 2012 5:52 pm
  4. Nichole said it sounded too comical? Interesting. That wasn’t what I thought when I heard it.

    Thanks for the link to the Virginia Woolf blog. Great content and great photos.

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