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They were married on 26 March 1878. I must now attempt to say something about
Virginia's mother's family. Here there is a good deal of uncertainty, of legend, and
of scandal. According to Virginia's cousin H. A. L. Fisher, the historian, there ...
I doubt whether Maud remained insensible to his charm; certainly Virginia did not
; she would have been pleased to know that Duncan praised her beauty and that
he once told his cousin, Lytton Strachey, that he might like to be married to her ...
He perceived that his imagined "paradise of married peace" was an impossibility;
it would not do at all. He was horrified by the situation in which he had placed
himself, all the more so because he believed that she loved him. She perceived ...
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - AliceAnna - LibraryThing
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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