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By this time Katherine Mansfield and John Middleton Murry were living, with
Carrington and Dorothy Brett, at 3 Gower Street, a house rented from Maynard
Keynes, who himself had taken over the Bells' house at 46 Gordon Square.
VW to Katherine Cox, 7 February 1912 182 "I shall tell you wonderful stories . . ."
VW/LW, n.d. [j March 1912] (MH) 184 "... I want to see you . . ." LW\VW, 29 April
1912 (MH) 185 "What a career . . ." VW/LW, 1 May 1912 (MH) 186 "No, I shan't ...
257 — Mary (Molly), 12, 17, 23, 28, 83n MacColl, Mrs, 47 Mackenzie, Compton,
185 Maitland, Florence, see Shove, Florence Manchester, 77 Manchester
University, 172 and n Mansfield, Katherine, see Murry, Katherine Mark on the
Wall, The, ...
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Appendix B Report on Teaching at Morley College
Appendix E The Dreadnought Hoax
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