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There were crises in July 1932 and again in February 1933 and early in 1934,
when Ethel celebrated her 75th year and there was a kind of Smyth Festival with
special performances of her compositions and a lunch, at which Sir Thomas ...
Virginia is rewriting The Waves; and seeing a good deal of V. Sackville-West and
Ethel Smyth, both of whom she visits The Woolfs are at Monk's House 4th-6th,
I2th-I4th and from 29th. They make short visits to Cambridge, to Woking to see ...
Very hot August weather: on nth Virginia faints from heat and is unwell for some
days. Visitors include Stella Benson, Mrs Woolf, Mr and Mrs T. S. Eliot, V.
Sackville-West, Ethel Smyth and William Plomer The Woolfs go to Thorpe-le-
Soken to ...
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Appendix B Fantasy upon a Gentleman
A Note on Sources and References
A Short Bibliography