There are plenty of words we could use to describe Virginia Woolf, but “light-hearted” was definitely never one of them. Then we stumbled across these delightful, previously unseen illustrations from The Charleston Bulletin, a family newspaper established by her nephews, on the Guardian. As it turns out, the woman could be downright mischievous when it came to lampooning her loved ones. The British Library plans on releasing the series of vignettes — which technically count as her last unpublished work — as The Charleston Bulletin Supplements in December. We wonder what she’d have to say about that?