Beginning Again: An Autobiography of the Years 1911 to 1918
The author's account of the events of World War I and also a description of the origin of the Bloomsbury Group, the founding of the Hogarth Press, and the author's marriage to Virginia Stephen. "To write this masterly account is a severe test of courage and honesty...it raises the book to greatness" (The Nation). Index; photographs.
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