I took a Virginia Woolf seminar as an undergrad ten years ago in the spring, and it proved to be enlightening and a catalyst for my career in twentieth- and twenty-first century fiction. We read 9-10 full-length works, including Jacob’s Room, To the Lighthouse, Mrs. Dalloway, The Waves, and The Years. I also read Orlando and Night and Day on my own and liked them both immensely. I’ve been meaning to read Between the Acts for several years, but it’s been hard to track down. The Chancellor, good man that he is, found it and got as a Christmas present for me a few years back. I decided to take it with me as part of my Christmas reading stack, and I am so delighted by the discovery of this new-to-me Woolf. Read my full review to find out why.