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Remnants of Mr. and Mrs. Woolfs visit to Ireland in 1934
(Virginia Woolf Society of Great Britain, 2018-09)
Virginia Woolf, Leonard Woolf, Irish Tour
Autobiography, chocolate creams and letterpress printing
(Virginia Woolf Society of Great Britain, 2018-01)
In response to the call for printed works on paper to recognise the creative contribution made by the Woolfs and the Hogarth Press to printing, art, literature and book culture as part of the 27th annual international ...
Ireland, The Nation and the Woolfs, Part 1
(Virginia Woolf Society of Great Britain, 2019-05)
Readers may be familiar with Virginia Woolf s diary entries concerning the shriek of agony that marked the death by hunger strike in October 1920 of the Lord Mayor of Cork, Terence MacSwiney, as well as the violence in ...
Ireland, The Nation and the Woolfs, Part 2
(Virginia Woolf Society of Great Britain, 2019-09)
In The Nation editorials reproduced here from 9 October 1920, Leonard Woolf s succinct, clear writing style, consummate storytelling ability, and forceful declarative statements come to the fore. The opening paragraph of ...
Some thoughts on other people's attachment to books - and my own
(International Virginia Woolf Society, 2019)
For Nancy Nolan reading was more than a pastime. She was an ardent collector of Virginia Woolf s novels and biographies and she devoured Virginia s essays. Evening Over Sussex: Reflections in a Motor Car was a favorite. ...
The 'missing' letters of Leonard Woolf to Nancy Nolan 1943-1969
(Virginia Woolf Society of Great Britain, 2020-01)
While fan-mail to Leonard Woolf may be regarded as a measure of readers interests in Virginia Woolf s fiction and essays, or indeed of Leonard s own political and autobiographical writings, they are also indicative of ...
A passion for books: The early letters of Nancy Nolan to Leonard Woolf (1943-1944)
(Southern Connecticut State University, 2015)
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Roger Fry and the art of the book: Celebrating the centenary of the Hogarth Press 1917-2017
(International Virginia Woolf Society, 2018)
After the publication of Two Stories, Vanessa asked Virginia about the possibility of the press producing a book of woodcut prints. Learning the art of cutting blocks and producing prints was attractive for artists such ...