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The Charleston Bulletin Supplements, by Virginia Woolf and Quentin Bell

13 July 2013

9:00 AM

13 July 2013

9:00 AM

The Charleston Bulletin Supplements Virginia Woolf and Quentin Bell

The British Library, pp.133, £12.99

The Charleston Bulletin was a family newspaper produced between 1923 and 1927 by the teenaged Quentin Bell and his elder brother Julian — who soon dropped out, leading Quentin to recruit his aunt Virginia Woolf. At that time enjoying her most prolific period as a novelist, she collaborated with him on special issues which they called Supplements, for circulation at Christmas among the family and friends whose foibles and mishaps are chronicled in its pages.

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