These 600 letters of Leonard Woolf begin in 1901 during his undergraduate years and end in 1969, shortly before his death. Although he has been ...Show synopsisThese 600 letters of Leonard Woolf begin in 1901 during his undergraduate years and end in 1969, shortly before his death. Although he has been overshadowed by worldwide fascination with his wife, Virginia, his no less interesting and varied career merits attention in its own right. His correspondents range from Lytton Strachey, T.S. Eliot, C. Day-Lewis, Peggy Ashcroft and Sylvia Townsend Warner to Beatrice and Sydney Webb, Sigmund and Anna Freud, John Maynard Keynes, G.E. Moore and H.G. Wells. The book contains every letter to Virginia Woolf, as well as exchanges with doctors concerning her mental illness and suicide. The letters show him as a man who worked all his professional life for a democratic socialist society, decolonization, racial and sexual equality and the establishment of a peaceful international order.Hide synopsis
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Description:Good. No Dust Jacket. Used Paperback. Item is a 1992 reprint....Good. No Dust Jacket. Used Paperback. Item is a 1992 reprint. Covers are rather faded and grubby, with numerous small surface scratches and indentations. Noticeable abrasion on front cover; small abrasion on rear cover. Lower leading corners of covers are rather creased. Spine is creased. Minor wear to spine ends and leading corners. Several age spots and stains on page block. Minor age-spotting and fading to several pages. Binding is sound and pages are tight throughout. Text and illlustrations are clear. AF.
Description:A fine copy in fine, price-clipped dust jacket. WOOLF, Leonard....A fine copy in fine, price-clipped dust jacket. WOOLF, Leonard. LETTERS OF LEONARD WOOLF. Edited by Frederic Spotts. Large octavo, dark blue cloth spine, blue paper-covered boards, pp. xxxviii, 616, (plates), illustrated (in black-and-white, reproducing photographs, and manuscript material, in holograph facsimile). The 600 letters include much information about Virginia Woolf, and prints letters from Leonard to Virginia; other recipients include T. S. Eliot, C. Day Lewis, Sigmund Freud et al.
Description:Very Good. 616 pages. [box 23] Paperback. Same ISBN as stated....Very Good. 616 pages. [box 23] Paperback. Same ISBN as stated. No highlighting or underlining within. Clean pages within. Original price sticker on back cover. Edge wear. Out of print. B&W photographs throughout. "This impressive selection of letters provides a brilliantly independent, variegated and provoking testimony to that time, and ours.
Description:Very Good in Very Good jacket. Size: 19 to 25 cm tall, Octavo, ...Very Good in Very Good jacket. Size: 19 to 25 cm tall, Octavo, (8vo); 616 pages Robust packaging. 1st class post to the UK, Airmail worldwide.
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