Virginia Woolf: Her Voice Recaptured

Lis­ten up. The clip above fea­tures the only sur­viv­ing record­ing of Vir­ginia Woolf’s voice. It comes from a 1937 BBC radio broad­cast. The talk, enti­tled “Crafts­man­ship,” was part of a series called “Words Fail Me.” You can find a tran­script of the record­ed por­tion here. Thanks Kirstin for help­ing get this nugget out there.

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