Noelia Ibarra-Rius

Tenure-track 2 professor in the Department of Language and Literature Teaching at the University of Valencia (Spain) and vice-dean of the Faculty of Teacher Training. She is a member of the board of the Spanish Society of Language and Literature Teaching (“Sociedad Española de Didáctica de la Lengua y la Literatura”, SEDLL).

A critical review of Woolf's literary legacy allows us to get closer to what might be one of the most intense literary portrayals of illness and its metaphors and, at the same time, to the representations, euphemisms, silences, and monsters depicted in the chapters of her life and in the unique voice of this essential author.