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Julian Bell returns from China with the intention of enlisting in the International
Brigade in Spain Publication of The Years The Woolfs are at Monk's House for
Easter. On 1 April they drive to Minstead in the New Forest to see Janet Case,
who is ...
APPENDIX C Virginia Woolf and Julian Bell Julian Bell was killed in Spain on 18
July 1937. Virginia's memoir of him is dated 30 July 1937. The manuscript [MH/A
8) runs to some 7,000 words, and was made use of by Peter Stansky and ...
Harvard University Press, 1952 Bell, Clive: Old Friends: Personal Recollections.
Chatto & Windus, 1956; Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1957 Bell, Julian (and others
): Julian Bell: Essays, Poems and Letters. Edited by Queiirin Bell. Hogarth Press ...
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Appendix B Fantasy upon a Gentleman
A Note on Sources and References
A Short Bibliography