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In May 1924 she resolved to finish Mrs Dalloway in four months; then it would be
done, or sufficiently done, to be put away for the next three months, which would
be devoted to The Common Reader. The essays would be published in April ...
In February she believed that she was finishing it and she had in fact finished
writing it by 1 8 March 1928. Then the Woolfs set out again for Cassis by motor,
reaching the Mediterranean on 2 April. It was on the whole a delightful holiday, ...
By 26 January she had shaken off the feminist pamphlet and hoped to finish The
Waves within three weeks. By 2 February she believed she would have finished
by the 8th. " Oh Lord the relief when this week is over." It had, she felt, been at ...
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Appendix B Fantasy upon a Gentleman
A Note on Sources and References
A Short Bibliography