TITLE

Virginia Woolf's Research for Empire and Commerce in Africa (Leonard Woolf, 1920)

AUTHOR(S)
Barrett, Michèle
PUB. DATE
January 2013
SOURCE
Woolf Studies Annual;2013, Vol. 19, p83
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Literary Criticism
ABSTRACT
The article focuses on the research of Virginia Woolf for "Empire and Commerce in Africa" by Leonard Woolf. It states that the research notes include an enormous amount of empirical information about international trade. It mentions that the notes of Woolf were made to provide research assistance to Leonard Woolf for a book he had contracted to write for the Fabian Society. Moreover, the Woolf notes include many on Great Britain and her colonies.
ACCESSION #
87615258

 

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