Three Guineas

Footnotes

  1. ^ For an account of the development of Three Guineas see Jean Guiguet, Virginia Woolf and her Works (London: Hogarth, 1965).
  2. ^ a b Woolf, Virginia. A Writer's Diary: Being Extracts from the Diary of Virginia Woolf (London: Hogarth, 1959)
  3. ^ a b c d e f Woolf, Virginia. Three Guineas. (New York: Harvest, 1966)
  4. ^ Snaith, Anna. Virginia Woolf: Private and Public Negotiations. New York: St. Martin's Press. 2000.
  5. ^ a b Snaith, Anna. "Three Guineas," The Literary Encyclopedia. 2001.
  6. ^ Leavis, Q.D. "Caterpillars of the Commonwealth Unite!" Scrutiny (Sept 1938): 208
  7. ^ a b Jill Liddington. The Long Road to Greenham : Feminism and Anti-Militarism in Britain since 1820, London, Virago, 1989 ISBN 0-86068-688-4 (pp. 14–15).
  8. ^ Theodore Dalrymple (Summer 2002). "The Rage of Virginia Woolf". City Journal. Retrieved 7 August 2011.
  9. ^ a b c d Elizabeth Shih, "When Woolf Goes Missing (From Herself): The Surfeit of Short Articles on Virginia Woolf's Life and Work". Virginia Woolf Miscellany, Number 62, Spring 2003, (pp. 2–3).

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