Academic journal article Woolf Studies Annual

Transcription of Letters

Academic journal article Woolf Studies Annual

Transcription of Letters

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I have transcribed the letters exactly as they are, letting stand all errors, except for the common use of hyphens as end stops, which I have changed to periods, and except for the letter from G. Lowes Dickinson (see footnote to letter 61). Because working with many different correspondents and their handwriting creates even more chance for error, I would appreciate learning about alternative readings, corrections, or additions for the transcriptions below. Embossed or printed letterheads appear in small caps, and I have noted whether letters are typed or handwritten and where enclosures are mentioned in the letter but have not survived. Letters marked with an asterisk refer to transcriptions (rather than original letters) held by the University of Sussex. Brief descriptions are provided for the two letters from John Farrelly, Jr., which were published in their entirety in Melba Cuddy-Keane's "From Fan-Mail to Readers' Letters: Locating John Farrelly," WSA 11 (2005): 3-32.

I have arranged the letters chronologically, interweaving letters from the different folders in the Various Persons box and letters from known correspondents. All letters in this collection have a date, with brackets indicating a surmise based on context or external evidence. …

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