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WOOLF, Virginia (Adeline Virginia), 1882-1941 : KEW GARDENS.
[London] : Hogarth Press, 1927. Third edition : limited to 500 numbered copies. Originally published in May 1919 in a small edition of perhaps 170 copies, with a second edition of 500 copies a month later, the present edition is the first to be illustrated and decorated by Vanessa Bell (1879-1961) throughout.
WOOLF, Virginia (Adeline Virginia), 1882-1941 : NIGHT AND DAY.
London : Duckworth & Co., (1919). First edition : [one of 2,000 copies printed]. Her second novel – an intriguing exploration of contemporary mores – love, marriage, happiness and success.
WOOLF, Virginia (Adeline Virginia), 1882-1941 : A HAUNTED HOUSE AND OTHER SHORT STORIES.
London : Hogarth Press, (1943) [i.e. 1944]. First edition. Eighteen short stories, twelve of them either previously unpublished or unpublished in book form. With a foreword by Leonard Woolf. “All the great qualities of Mrs. Woolf’s work are to be found in this volume ... the magical power of observation, the finest sensibility of the age, the loving command of language ... that elusiveness which is at the same time, in Mrs. Woolf’s hands, a kind of precision” (Birmingham Daily Post, 11th February 1944).
WOOLF, Virginia (Adeline Virginia), 1882-1941 : THE DIARY OF VIRGINIA WOOLF.
London : Hogarth Press, 1977-1984. A complete first edition set of the diaries, 1915-1941, in five volumes. Introduced by Quentin Bell and edited by Anne Olivier Bell.
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