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Leonard Woolf

Leonard Woolf (November 25, 1880 - August 14, 1969) married Virginia Woolf in 1912. He was a political theorist and a civil servant who worked in Ceylon.

He and his wife became the nexus of the Bloomsbury group, and the couple founded the Hogarth Press[?].

Works

  • The Village and the Jungle - 1913
  • Socialism and Co-operation - 1921
  • After the Deluge - 1931
  • Principia Politica - 1953

Autobiographical Works

  • Sowing - 1960
  • Growing - 1961
  • Beginning Again - 1964
  • Downhill all the Way - 1967
  • The Journey to the Arrival Matters - 1969



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