By Edward Bishop
An try and draw jointly the real info of Woolf's operating existence in one quantity, permitting the reader to track her improvement as novelist, feminist and literary journalist opposed to the heritage of the age.
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Louis Bleriot flies the English Channel; J. M. Synge, Algernon Swinburne, and George Meredith die; Andre Gide and others found the Nouvelle revue jran9aise. Harley GranvilleBarker publishes The Voysey Inheritance; H. G. Wells, Tono-Bungay. January 4 (Mon) Finishes Sophocles' Ajax: 'The ancients puzzle me - 1909 17 they are either so profound or so elementary, and when one has to spell out every word one can't tell which' (to LS). Turns 'hot and cold' on VO: 'and all my friends tell me its no good for me to write a novel.
Gertler and S. S. Koteliansky to dinner; VW feels that 'the shadow of the underworld' rests on Gertler, as it does on K. Mansfield and J. M. Murry (D, 24 June). 20 'Loud Laughter', review of Stephen Leacock's Frenzied Fiction, in TLS. 24 Finishes setting up type forK. Mansfield's Prelude. 27 'A Victorian Socialist', review of Ernest Bax' s Reminiscences and Reflections of a Mid and Late Victorian, in TLS. July 1 (Mon) Sends VB Kew Gardens, asking her to design a title page (to VB). 2 Reads George Trevelyan's The Life and Letters of Lord Macaulay (1876).
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. Weaver, 17 May; Ulysses is finally published in Paris, 1922). 15 Visits RF, who reads from a book by Proust, 'whose name I've forgotten' (Ducote de chez Swann; D, 18 Apr). 18 Receives D. MacCarthy's new book, Remnants. 22 Works on N&D, making VB (Katharine) 'mysterious and romantic' (to VB).
A Virginia Woolf Chronology by Edward Bishop