Literary Greats

BBC: Rare Woolf manuscripts bought
A series of previously unpublished manuscripts hand-written by Virginia Woolf are among a collection that has been bought by The British Library. The manuscripts form part of two mock newspapers composed by Woolf's nephews, Julian and Quentin Bell, as children.

Mock newspaper articles: hardly likely to be of the calibre of The Aftermath, are they?

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Richard Carter

A fat, bearded chap with a Charles Darwin fixation.

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