1995 Paradise Pisces

Virginia Woolf, Infield/Outfield

British Writer (1882-1941)


Born Adeline Virginia Stephen, the daughter of a wealthy intellectual, Virginia Woolf became an influential author of experimental fiction. Exposed to some of the great creative minds of her times (Thomas Hardy, Robert Lewis Stevenson and John Ruskin) she and her husband Leonard Woolf were principles in the Bloomsbury Group, a collective of avant-garde artists who lived and worked in the Bloomsbury section of London. Woolf participated in the sexual avant-garde, and is an early 20th century example of the literate bisexual. Woolf had relationships with other notables of the period such as Vita Sackville-West. Until traded to the Pisces this year, West had always been a mainstay of the Vestal Virgins. Her well-known dispute with Virgins field manager, Erica Jong, led to Woolf's being traded to the Pisces earlier this year.

Virginia Woolf
Cosmic Playing Record

Season	Team		AVG	ab	h	hr	r	rbi
1986	Virgins		0.320	381	122	12	59	68
1987	Virgins		0.325	77	25	0	10	11
1988	Virgins		0.266	395	105	5	44	35
1989	Virgins		0.095	21	2	0	2	1
1990	Virgins		0.260	292	76	8	39	42
1991	Virgins		0.261	134	35	5	20	22
1992	Virgins		0.314	277	87	10	36	46
1993	Virgins		0.273	11	3	6	5	2
1994	Virgins		0.224	49	11	2	5	4
							

TOTALS 0.285 1637 466 80 10 48


Electronic text of Woolf's work



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