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an autobiography of the years 1939-1969 Leonard Woolf. from his life, to
disappear. On this occasion he joined the gold rush to the mining camps in
Klondyke — and after that complete silence. Elizabeth, as I said, set off entirely by
herself to ...
Octavia's relation to Elizabeth was that of a devoted daughter. If you had
searched the earth from Kentucky in the United States to Lavington in Sussex,
you would never and nowhere have found two other women more different from
each other ...
In the summers before the war, when we were in Rodmell for August and
September, Octavia would from time to time bring Elizabeth to see us, and we
would sit under the chestnut- tree in the garden talking. Elizabeth was an
incorrigible talker ...
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Ah, the somewhat less famous husband of Virginia! I've read volumes 1 and 5 of his autobiography, and loved them. Leonard Woolf was an extremely intelligent man and an excellent writer. His prose has ... Read full review