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Something of this sort is, I suppose, concealed beneath the laconic daily record
of Virginia's condition in Leonard's diary for 1913: V.f.w., V.sl.h., g.n., f.g.n., b.n.
and so on: Virginia fairly well, Virginia slight headache, good night, fairly good
V. very cheerful even. Sept 14: V. fairly calm & cheerful. Sat w V. 6-7.30. Very
worried at first. Sept is : W V. morn. Talked V. aftn. Sat w V. aft dinner cheerful.
Sept 16: W V. even, rather cheerful Not good night. Sept 17: W V. aft tea much
The servants had regular bunks, preferring to sleep below ground every night;
they chattered and giggled at Virginia s jokes until Leonard called for silence.
Then they all slept as best they might while Zeppelins or aeroplanes cruised ...
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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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