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The British Empire was at the height of its power and influence. Yet between the death of Queen Victoria in , when Woolf was 19, and the end of the Second World War, almost every aspect of British life changed.

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The impact of two world wars, prolonged economic depression in the s, and the rise of the USA and the Soviet Union as rival world powers meant that by the latter half of the twentieth century, Britain had lost its global pre-eminence, and witnessed radical social, cultural, and political changes. When Virginia Woolf was born in , horses and carriages rattled past her home in Kensington; by the time she died in , formations of jet aircraft roared overhead and threatened oblivion from the air.

Less deadly, but no less revolutionary, the radio, the telephone and the automobile altered the rhythms and expectations of everyday life. The expansion of the voting franchise and increases in leisure time for workers meant that class divisions were weakened, and more of the population than ever before had a voice in politics and a share of cultural life.