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Letters of Leonard Woolf
Title: Letters of Leonard Woolf
Author: Edited by Frederick Spotts
Year Published: 1992
Our Price: £14.30 GBP ($18.88 USD)
Description: Bloomsbury, 1992, first of this paperback edition: approximately 6 x 2.5 x 9" tall: 36 page preface plus 616 pages including index, chronology, biographical appendix and editor's introductions to the six sections of the book. 33 black and white illustrations. Synopsis: An intimate and revealing portrait of the private and literary life of Leonard Woolf furnished by his prolific letter writing between 1901 and 1969. Personal letters include many to his wife Virginia Woolf , his family and intimate friends including Lytton Strachey, T S Eliot, C J Lewis, Peggy Ashcroft, Sylvia Townsend Warner, Beatrice and Sidney Webb, Sigmund and Anna Freud, John Maynard Keynes, GE Moore, H G Wells, Rebecca West,Vita Sackville West . The editor, Frederick Spotts, chronicles his subject's varied and impressive career as junior colonial administrator, adviser to the Labour Party and the Fabian Society, proponent of Democratic Socialism, political writer, editor, publisher, and unstinting promoter of world peace. Leonard Woolf's relationship with his wife, the literary genius Virginia Woolf, and his wider family is both documented and revealed. Condition: lower front cover slightly stressed: spine creased: overall clean, firm and good.
Condition: See Above
Type: Used Books