The Paperblanks Virginia Woolf's Notebooks The Waves Volume 4 Journal in the Ultra size is 7 x 9 inches and Smyth Sewn for durability. It has 144 lined pages, includes a memento pouch and a ribbon marker, and features an elastic closure.
Virginia Woolf rejected traditional plots in favour of explorations of the inner lives of her characters. Her stream of consciousness narratives highlighted gender relations and the poetic perspective. Her experimental 1931 novel The Waves was originally drafted in a series of notebooks, including the one reproduced here.