Hogarth Press

Connections

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Anthologization William Empson
Many of the poems first saw print in Cambridge journals or in Leonard and Virginia Woolf 's Cambridge Poetry, Hogarth Press ,1929. This volume followed on a privately-printed Poems issued by the Fox and Daffodil Press
Employer Elizabeth Jennings
She also worked as a reader for the Hogarth Press ,
The Ship. St Anne’s College.
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and did freelance work as an editor and reviewer, as well as writing her own poetry.
Dowson, Jane. “What is the true standing of Oxford poet Elizabeth Jennings?”. Oxford Today.
Family and Intimate relationships Dora Carrington
Their friendship was at first somewhat shaky, but warmed considerably. Writing in her diary on 6 June 1918, Woolf described DC as such a bustling eager creature, so red & solid, & at the same...
Family and Intimate relationships Virginia Woolf
Vita gave [VW ] the central relationship of her forties, a relationship VW celebrated in Orlando.
Lee, Hermione. Virginia Woolf. Chatto and Windus, 1996.
522
In addition to their personal emotional relationship, the two were successfully involved professionally. From November...
Family and Intimate relationships Dorothy Bussy
DB 's youngest sister, Marjorie Colville (Gumbo) Strachey (1882-1964), was a teacher, suffragist, writer, and member of the group Woolf called the Neo-Pagans group (which included Rupert Brooke , Gwen Raverat , Ka Cox ...
Family and Intimate relationships Dorothy Bussy
James Beaumont Strachey (1887-1967) was analysed by Freud (with his wife, Alix Sargant-Florence ), translated Freud's work into English for the Hogarth Press , and became a pyschoanalyst himself.
Fictionalization Lady Eleanor Butler
Penruddock 's version of their story sets their elopement in the middle of a ball, and gives them two exciting years in London; Colette and de Beauvoir take a triumphalist view of their assumed lesbianism...
Friends, Associates Hope Mirrlees
HM probably joined this social circle through Virginia Woolf , whom she had met by early 1919, likely through their common acquaintance with Karin Costelloe (later Stephen) , Mirrlees's friend and Woolf's sister-in-law.
Woolf, Virginia. The Letters of Virginia Woolf. Nicolson, Nigel and Joanne TrautmannEditors , Hogarth Press, 1980.
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Friends, Associates Virginia Woolf
They developed a relationship that was competitive yet sustaining and essential to both. In August 1920 Woolf commented on Mansfield in her diary: a woman caring as I care for writing is rare enough I...
Friends, Associates Virginia Woolf
Leonard Woolf wrote to Eliot, whose Prufrock and Other Observations he had read, to invite him to send some work to the Hogarth Press . The letter led to a meeting, and ultimately to the...
Friends, Associates Virginia Woolf
Harriet Shaw Weaver had approached the Hogarth Press about publishing Ulysses in April 1918, but the Woolfs declined, mainly because they could not have printed so massive a work themselves and because Leonard could find...
Friends, Associates Virginia Woolf
The classical scholar Jane Ellen Harrison made a great impact on Woolf's views on women in scholarship and women in history. The Hogarth Press published her Reminiscences of a Student's Life, 1925.
Friends, Associates Dorothy Wellesley
In Rome during the First World War, DW became a friend of two scholars, Geoffrey Scott , and Gerald Tyrwhitt, later Lord Berners .
Wellesley, Dorothy. Far Have I Travelled. James Barrie, 1952.
133
In the years after the war she formed her important...
Friends, Associates Virginia Woolf
The Hogarth Press began publishing Freud in 1922, and continued through the following years, mainly through their highly successful production of the International Psycho-Analytical Library.
Bishop, Edward. A Virginia Woolf Chronology. Macmillan, 1989.
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Lee, Hermione. Virginia Woolf. Chatto and Windus, 1996.
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Freud's theories circulated around VW for...
Friends, Associates Rosamond Lehmann
During RL 's involvement with Goronwy Rees, they both encouraged novelist Henry Green (actual name Henry Yorke ) to submit the manuscript of his Party Going to John Lehmann, who promoted it with Leonard and...

Timeline

March 1908
Mary Louisa Gordon , who had qualified as both a physician and a midwife and had practised medicine in London since 1900, was appointed the first female prison inspector in Britain.
Matthew, Henry Colin Gray, Brian Harrison, and Lawrence Goldman, editors. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.
By March 1913
Leonard Woolf published the first of his two novels, The Village in the Jungle, which is set in Ceylon (now Sri Lanka) and relates events so far as possible from the viewpoint of view...
June 1913
At the invitation of Margaret Llewelyn Davies , Virginia Woolf attended the Women's Co-operative Guild Congress in Newcastle.
1918
Oswald Spengler published the first volume of Der Untergang des Abendlandes, one of his several influential works; the second volume followed in 1922.
October-December 1922
Sigmund Freud 's Beyond the Pleasure Principle and Group Psychology and the Analysis of the Ego were published in English translations by the International Psycho-Analytical Press .
1924
Leonard and Virginia Woolf at the Hogarth Press published The Rector's Daughter, a novel by F. M. (or Flora Macdonald) Mayor .
Autumn 1924
Educator A. S. Neill , who had been running a progressive school at Hellerau in Germany, then in Austria, opened a school of the same kind called Summerhill (from the name of the...
January 1927
The Hogarth Press published Freud 's The Ego and the Id.
1931
Margaret Llewelyn Davies edited a collection of reminiscences about the Women's Co-operative Guild (WCG) entitled Life as We Have Known It.
February 1931
Margaret Thomas edited for the Hogarth PressCambridge Women's Verse, an Anthology, number 20 in the Hogarth Living Poets.
April 1935
Heinemann , publisher of Bessie Cotter by Wallace Smith , was fined £100 after pleading guilty to a charge of obscene libel.
Spring 1936
John Lehmann launched the semi-annualNew Writing, which was later published by the Hogarth Press as Folios of New Writing, 1940-1, and as New Writing and Daylight, 1942-6. With it was associated...