Mrs. Woolf and the servants : an intimate history of domestic life in Bloomsbury /
"When Virginia Woolf wrote A Room of One's Own in 1929, she established her reputation as a feminist, a woman who could imagine a more open and liberal reality, and an advocate for the female voice. Indeed the Bloomsbury set has often been identified with liberal, open-minded views; Woolf&...
|Published:||New York : Bloomsbury Press, 2009, ©2008.|
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- The family treasure
- Sophie Farrell and Julia Stephen
- Miss Genia and Sophie Farrell
- Housemaids' souls
- Edith Sichel and Lottie Hope
- Mrs Woolf, Mrs Bell and 'the click'
- The question of Nelly
- Virginia Woolf and Nellie Boxall
- Memoirs of a lavatory attendant
- Mrs Woolf and 'Mrs Gape'
- Appendix: Biographical notes on the servants.