The site, woolfonline, is a record of Virginia Woolf’s works, and drafts of the novel To The Lighthouse. Although this site only contains one novel or literary piece, it is riddled with analytical essays on, drafts of Woolf’s work, and even a timeline based on her diary entries. Accessible through various links one can find a bibliography of critiques of the novel, events occurring during this time that influenced her writing, and images and text of letters she and others wrote. The content seems to be truly endless.
It is important to note that a lot of the original copies of the works archived on this site are not accessible to the public. It is protected and preserved through the digital medium. “The archive preserves and reserves, protects and patrols, regulates and represses.” -Werner/Voss. This archive truly does that with the ability to access protected information.