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When Vanessa married Clive in 1907, the remaining unmarried siblings, Virginia and Adrian, set up house at 29 Fitzroy Square, another of the elegant terraced squares in Bloomsbury. This house now boasts two plaques that illustrate the contiguity of famous writers who in fact were never present at the same time. A dark bronze rectangle was erected by the St. Pancras Borough Council in 1951: “George Bernard Shaw lived in this house The Lives of Houses: Woolf and Biography 19 from 1887 to 1898. ” Even more than Gordon Square, the Fitzroy Square phase was experienced as a transformation, as if for the first time in human history respectable men and women could talk openly about sex, including homosexuality.
Chicago: University of Chicago Press. Woolf, Virginia. 2003. Carlyle’s House and Other Sketches, ed. David Bradshaw. London: Hesperus Press. 2 The Short Fiction Laura Marcus Critical engagement with the short story as a genre has been steadily growing in recent years, driven in part by a new understanding of the centrality of the short story form to modernist literature, as it emerged out of the writing and culture of the late nineteenth century. This period saw both the expansion of literary periodicals as vehicles for short story publication, and a reaction against the capacious literary forms of the Victorian era.
In 1939, during the Blitz, bombs destroyed houses near 52 Tavistock, prompting the Woolfs to rent 32 Mecklenburg Square in Bloomsbury, which in turn was destroyed in 1940. London was never full of great women’s houses, and hers was not preserved. The rest of Woolf’s abbreviated life was set in Sussex. The Country Houses For years during her childhood, the Stephen household with its servants decamped for a rented summer home on the southwest coast, Talland House in St. Ives, Cornwall (now a Grade II listed building).