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Early in 1916, when Virginia was recovering, Leonard had engaged Nelly Boxall
and her lifelong friend Lottie Hope as cook and housemaid. They had previously
been in the service of Roger Fry at Guildford. The two girls were very devoted to ...
Nelly was to recall her first interview in 1916, when she came into the drawing-
room at Hogarth House and found Virginia lying on the sofa in an old dressing-
gown and thought her "so sweet" and knew that she would like working for her.
Then on 27 April Nelly stopped her on the landing with a request: "Please, Ma'am
, may I apologise. I am too fond of you ever to be happy with anyone else," which
Virginia thought the greatest compliment she could receive. But, of course, it ...
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Appendix B Fantasy upon a Gentleman
A Note on Sources and References
A Short Bibliography