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VW/VD, 5 November 1904 (Berg) 92 "She is really quite well ..." VB to Madge
Vaughan, 28 October 1904 (CH) 92 "Don't be afraid that I shall quote . . ." VB to
Madge Vaughan, n.d. [November] 1904 (CH) 93 she sent to The Guardian .
VW to G. H. W. Rylands, 22 November 1931 171 ". . . to take in everything . . ."
AWD, p. 189, 2 November 1932 174 "I have always been a literary painter . . ."
W. R. Sickert to VW, n.d.; also AWD (Berg), 17 December 1933 174 she, Virginia,
VW/ES, 26 August 1936 (Berg) 196 "I think it's extraordinarily . . ." AWD, p. 271, 3
November 1936 CHAPTER NINE Poge 197 " i've been on the whole . . ." AWD (
Berg) 1g j Saturday, February 20th. AWD, pp. 275-276 198 Monday, March 1st.
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Appendix B Fantasy upon a Gentleman
A Note on Sources and References
A Short Bibliography