Leonard and Virginia Woolf as Publishers

'Sitting at tea, we decided three things: in the first place to take Hogarth [House], if we can get it; in the second, to buy a Printing press; in the third, to buy a Bull dog, probably called John.' - Virginia Woolf's diary. John didn't make it, the other two did: history of the Hogarth Press' publishing activities, 1917-1941; appendixes of yearly sales, notes, bibliography, business details and decisions as literary history; 451pp.

Publisher: University Press of Viriginia. First American edition
Edition: First Edition
Place Published: Charlottesville, VA
Fine in dustwrapper.


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