Reading Experience Database
1450-1945

Listing for Author: V Sackville-West

 

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Century of ExperienceEvidenceName of Reader / Listener / Reading GroupAuthor of TextTitle of TextForm of Text
 
1900-1945Virginia Woolf to Vita Sackville-West, 9 October 1927: 'I am reading Knole and The Sackvilles. Dear me; you know a ...Virginia Woolf V. Sackville-WestKnole and the SackvillesPrint: Book
1900-1945'I like the story very very much - in fact, I began reading it after you left...went out for a walk, thinking of it al...Virginia Woolf Vita Sackville-WestSeducers in EcuadorManuscript: Unknown
1900-1945'The whole book is full of nooks and corners which I enjoy exploring. Sometimes one wants a candle in one's hand thoug...Virginia Woolf Vita Sackville-WestPassenger to TeheranManuscript: Sheet, Earlier in the letter Virginia Woolf describes the form of the text she read as 'the second batch of proofs'.
1900-1945Monday 21 December 1925: 'I read her [Vita Sackville-West's] poem; which is more compact, better seen & felt than anyt...Virginia Woolf Vita Sackville-WestOn the LakeUnknown
1900-1945'And the book came. And I've read one or two of the new ones. And I liked them yes - I liked the one to Enid Bagnold...Virginia Woolf Vita Sackville-WestCollected PoemsUnknown
1900-1945'I've not read it (and I dont suppose you'd care a damn to know what I thought, if I thought about it considered as a ...Virginia Woolf Vita Sackville-WestCountry NotesPrint: Book
1900-1945Saturday 12 February 1927: 'Vita's prose is too fluent. I've been reading it, & it makes my pen run. When I've read a ...Virginia Woolf V. Sackville-WestPassenger to TeheranPrint: Book
1900-1945'I read Celery through from cover to cover last night in bed. It really is good.'Harold Nicolson Vita Sackville-WestHeritagePrint: Book
1900-1945' "I have been reading Grey Wethers," said the Marquis- "a magnificent book. The descriptions of the downs are as fin...Lord Curzon Vita Sackville-WestGrey WethersPrint: Book
1900-1945In Diary of Virginia Woolf, facing page on which entry for 20 August 1932 and beginning of entry for 2 September writt...Virginia Woolf V. Sackville-West'novel'Print: Book
1900-1945'He sat down on the floor beside me, and helped me to look up "droil". "What's this?" he said, taking up my proofs. ...Robert Bridges Vita Sackville-WestThe LandManuscript: Sheet, Proofs
1900-1945'Darling, do you know what I did last night after writing to you? I meant to finish my lecture, but fell to reading t...Vita Sackville-West Vita Sackville-WestThe LandUnknown
1900-1945'(I read it through at a sitting - but that of course is not a good test...) Harold Nicolson Vita Sackville-WestPassenger to TeheranPrint: Book
1900-1945'I let Colonel Haworth read a bit of it. "By God!" he said, "this is the first book I've read on Persia which gives o...Vita Sackville-WestPassenger to TeheranUnknown
1900-1945'Dearest - you don't know what "The Land" means to me! I read it incessantly - it has become a real wide undertone to...Harold Nicolson Vita Sackville-WestThe LandUnknown
1900-1945'I had time yesterday to read your poem. In fact I read it three times. Once in the train. Once after luncheon in t...Harold Nicolson Vita Sackville-WestSolitudeUnknown
1900-1945'On the flyleaf of her novel she quoted from V. Sackville-West's pastoral poem, "The Land", a verse which testified to...Winifred Holtby Vita Sackville-WestThe LandPrint: Unknown

 

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