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This meant that she could return to London and join the household that had been
established in her absence at No 46 Gordon Square, Bloomsbury. When the
Stephen children planned this move their friends and relations had been ...
At Hogarth House, during the years 191 5 and 1916, Virginia was very much
isolated from London-one cannot say from Bloomsbury for Bloomsbury hardly
existed. "It has vanished like the morning mist," wrote Virginia to Ka Cox. In so far
as it ...
drink tea in Gerrard Street and find company to engage her interest. Many of the
people whom Virginia met at the club were already known or half known to her;
there were some whom she referred to as: "Cropheads" or "Bloomsbury Bunnies"
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I don't like Ms. Woolf any better knowing her history, but maybe I will be able to better understand her writings. On the other hand, however, Leonard Woolf was a saint! Read full review
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Very good biography wrote by one of Virginias family members. Read full review
Appendix B Report on Teaching at Morley College
Appendix E The Dreadnought Hoax
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