By Edward Bishop
An try and draw jointly the real 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 history of the age.
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Emerson and W. Emerson Forbes, in TLS. 5----10 To Cornwall with the Bells. VW falls ill on her return. 26 To Studland for three weeks' rest. April 16 (Sat) Returns to Fitzroy Square. Her health remains uncertain for the rest of the summer. May 1 (Sun) Olive libert, H. Young's sister-in-law, visits; thinks VW's interest in Adult Suffrage indicates she is reconsidering Young's proposal. June 14 (Tues) On Dr George Savage's advice VW joins the Bells at Blean, near Canterbury, for a holiday. 28 VW's depression continues; on Dr Savage's recommendation she undergoes a rest cure at Miss Jean Thomas's private nursing horne, Twickenharn, Middlesex, until mid August.
12 Review of Coulson Kernahan's In Good Company, and 'A Talker', review of Edgar Lee Masters' The Great Valley, in TLS. 24 Printing press delivered to Hogarth House: 'I see that real printing will devour one's entire life' (to VB, 26 Apr). May 10 (Thurs) 'A Cambridge V. A. ', review of E. M. Spearing's From Cambridge to Camiers under the Red Cross, in TLS. 22 Begins printing LW's story 'Three Jews' (see July). 24 'The Perfect Language', review of The Greek Anthology, tr. W. R. Paton, val. n, in TLS.
They say my creatures are all cold blooded' (to V. Dickinson). 7 Review of Pompeo Molmenti's Venice, parts 2 and 3, tr. Horatio Brown, in TLS. 15 Last meeting of Play Reading Society until its revival, 29 October 1914. 21 'The Genius of Boswell', review of Letters of James Boswell to the Rev. W. f. Temple, in TLS. 25 VW's twenty-seventh birthday. From late this month until mid March, takes part in an abortive attempt at creating a novel through imaginary correspondence, with CB, VB, LS, W. Lamb, and Ottoline and Philip Morrell.
A Virginia Woolf Chronology by Edward Bishop