Memories of a Working Women's Guild. Offprint from.The Yale Review, September 1930 Stock Code: 46212
NotesFirst printing of this essay, reprinted (revised) as the introduction to Life as We Have Known It, Margaret Llewelyn Davies (ed), Hogarth Press 1931; collected in The Captain's Death Bed, 1950; Selections from Her Essays, 1966; Collected Essays, Vol. 4, 1967. Woolf had an active interest in the Labour Party and Co-operative Movement and regularly held meetings for her local branch of the Women's Co-operative Guild. This work engages in a discussion of the social movement and her position of privilege, showing her awareness that she sits as a "benevolent spectator" to the actions of the guild (Carroll, p. 123).
Octavo, pp. 121-138. Tear-sheets side-stapled in original blue printed wrappers.
Slight creasing to extremities, light browning to edges.
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