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Autograph Note to her French Translator and Champion, Andre Maurois

Virginia Woolf
Autograph note to novelist Andre Maurois who translated Mrs Dalloway into French and wrote an essay on Woolf that introduced her work to the Fran… Read more
Published in 1932 by Unpublished.
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Autograph Note to her French Translator and Champion, Andre Maurois by Virginia Woolf

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Autograph note to novelist Andre Maurois who translated Mrs Dalloway into French and wrote an essay on Woolf that introduced her work to the Francophone world. Woolf writes on a small blue, oblong sheet of ‘Strathdon’ watermarked paper on 14th June 1932. She states that she has seen Cory Bell (older brother of her sister Vanessa Bell’s husband the art critic Clive Bell) and makes dinner arrangements, adding the slightly fey rider: ‘All this is very far off, but then so are you. [presumably France] Virginia’. Provenance 2014 Ader auction, France sold alongside 3 other Woolf letters to Maurois in one of which Woolf praised him for the ‘beautiful ease & brilliance’ of his translation of Mrs Dalloway.


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Publisher Unpublished
Date published 1932
Subject 1 Manuscript
Product code 7815


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