A Virginia Woolf Chronology by Edward Bishop

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An try and draw jointly the $64000 info of Woolf's operating lifestyles in one quantity, permitting the reader to track her improvement as novelist, feminist and literary journalist opposed to the historical past of the age.

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August 16 (Tues) Takes a two-week walking tour in Cornwall with Miss Thomas. 19 Quentin Bell is born. September 6 (Tues) Returns to Fitzroy Square. 10 Travels to Studland with S. Sydney-Turner to join CB, VB and their children; visitors include the MacCarthys, Sydney and Alice Waterlow, Marjorie Strachey and H. T. J. Norton. 29 'Mrs Gaskell', review of Mrs Ellis Chadwick's Mrs Gaskell: Haunts, Homes and Stories, in TLS. 1911 21 October 10 (Mon) Returns to Fitzroy Square. 15-18 Stays at Court Place, Iffley, Oxford, with the Pearsall Smiths and the Costelloes.

Wheatley, in TLS. 8 Meets RF, who persuades her to buy Jean-Richard Bloch's Et Cie (1918). 14 Harriet Weaver, who had published J. Joyce's Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man, comes to tea with the manuscript of Ulysses; VW is not impressed: 'First there's a dog that p's then there's a man that forths ... moreover, I don't believe that his method, which is highly developed, means much more than cutting out the explanations and putting in the thoughts between dashes' (to LS, 23 Apr); in any case it is beyond the capacity of the Hogarth Press (to H.

Waterlow, D. MacCarthy, K. Mansfield, D. Garnett and his father Edward, the reader for Duckworth's who had recommended VO for publication. 16 'John Davidson', review of Hayim Fineman's John Davidson: A Study of the Relation of his Ideas to his Poetry, in TLS. 30 'Mr Galsworthy's Novel', review of John Galsworthy's Beyond, in TLS. September 4 (Thurs) 'To Read or not to Read', review of Viscount Harberton's How to Lengthen our Ears, in TLS. 18 Resists S. Sydney-Turner's advice to read H. James's The Sense of the Past (1917): 'My old image must still hold good ...

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