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Virginia Woolf (1882-1941), was a prominent English writer known for her contributions to modernist literature. Born in 1882, Woolf became a key figure in the Bloomsbury Group, an influential intellectual collective. "The Voyage Out," her debut novel published in 1915, explores themes of self-discovery, social conventions, and the constraints on women in the early 20th century. Woolf's literary legacy extends beyond this work, encompassing notable novels such as "Mrs Dalloway," "To the Lighthouse," and "Orlando." Her innovative narrative techniques and deep exploration of the human psyche mark her as one of the most significant writers of the 20th century. Tragically, Woolf's life was marked by mental health struggles, and she died by suicide in 1941.
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“The Voyage Out” is the first novel written by British author Virginia Woolf. It was published in 1915. The novel is a coming-of-age story, and it explores themes such as self-discovery, social conventions, and the constraints placed upon women in the early 20th century.