Cover Title Page Copyright Dedication Contents Acknowledgments List of Abbreviations Introduction 1. Crisis Calls for a New Diary Audience and Purpose Virginia Woolf's Second 1918 Hogarth House Diary: July 27-November 12 Virginia Woolf's Third 1918 Hogarth House Diary: November 15, 1918-January 24, 1919 Virginia Woolf's 1919 Diary Wilfrid Scawen Blunt's Diaries 2. New Diary Realms: Talk, the Soul, and Literature Virginia Woolf's 1920 Diary W.N.P. Barbellion's Journal of a Disappointed Man John Evelyn's Diary 3. Jealousy, Illness, and Diary Rescue Virginia Woolf's 1921 Diary Anton Chekhov's Diary and Notebooks 4. Voice and Motion Virginia Woolf's 1922 Diary Alie Badenhorst's Boer War Diary Virginia Woolf's 1923 Diary James Boswell's Journal of a Tour to Corsica 5. Spare, Modernist Perfection Virginia Woolf's 1924 Diary Anne Chalmers' Journals Stendhal's Early Journals Lady Anne Clifford's Diary 6. Rush, Urgency, Wound, and Rescue Virginia Woolf's 1925 Diary Jonathan Swift's Journal to Stella 7. Renewed Diary Experiment: The Reach for Literature and Beyond Virginia Woolf's 1926 Diary The Diaries of Beatrice Webb The Journals of Thomas Cobden-Sanderson Benjamin Robert Haydon's Journals 8. The Loose-Leaf Diary Virginia Woolf's 1927 Diary Katherine Mansfield's 1927 Journal 9. Artist at a Crossroads Virginia Woolf's 1928 Diary Virginia Woolf's First 1929 Diary Epilogue Notes Works Consulted Index.
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