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Leonard (Sidney) Woolf - Works, Autobiographical Works, Biographical Works on Woolf

Publisher and writer, born in London, UK. He studied at Cambridge, then worked in the Ceylon Civil Service (1904–11). With his wife, Virginia Woolf, he founded the Hogarth Press (1917), and they became the centre of the Bloomsbury Group. His works include Socialism and Co-operation (1921), After the Deluge (1931, 1939), and Principia Politica (1953). His major work was a five-volume autobiography, beginning with Sowing (1960) and ending with The Journey Not the Arrival Matters (1969).

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