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Virginia’s persistent memories of her parents helped shape her writing. Many have agreed that Ms. Woolf’s literary work is a result of her childhood memories and of her intense sense of her past ties The experience of losing so many loved ones at a young age, along with the psychological traits lending themselves to madness that Virginia Woolf had inherited from both sides of her family is clearly portrayed in her writing (Ingram, 5). During times of mental clarity, Virginia writes and writes plentifully. However, during the times of breakdowns, and mental despair, Virginia’s writing becomes sparse.