Free Copy of 'Orlando'

Virginia Woolf is famous for a number of reasons, some of which are her progressive views on gender and feminism.

Orlando was published in 1928, but it's still widely read and studied today for its interesting themes around gender. Woolf was inspired by her lover, Vita Sackville-West when writing this novel, which is why it is considered partially biographical.

Whether you're reading this as part of your GCSE, A-Level or Degree level study, or perhaps you're just reading classics for fun - grab a free copy now!

Fiction: Biographical & Historical