Year: 1994 Source: The Medical Post, v.30, no.23, (June 14, 1994), p.46 SIEC No: 19940068

This article is based on a review of the life of Virginia Woolf. The author bases his discussion on two biographies written on her life. The author uses the bioigraphies to present the potential causes for her mental illness, one claiming the cause to be an environmental response and the other claiming the cause to be biologically based.