Clarke, Staurt N.
April 1998
Virginia Woolf Miscellany;Spring98, Issue 51, p3
Discusses frequent visits of novelist Virginia Woolf to the British Museum Reading Room in Great Britain. Visit of Woolf to the Reading Room shortly after its redecoration in 1907; Another visit of Woolf in the Reading Room in 1926, where she once again noted the names of great men; Description of the decorative scheme.


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