Then you should check out what her reaction was.
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From: [log in to unmask] href="mailto:[log in to unmask]">Diana Manister
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Sent: Saturday, September 16, 2006 11:33 AM
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Peter wrote "And then there was Percy Wyndham Lewis' essay on her (Virginia Woolf) in his book MEN WITHOUT ART."

Peter, I'm on it. Cannot wait to read this one! Diana

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Date:  Sat, 16 Sep 2006 00:26:13 -0700
From: Diana Manister
Eliot's memorial essay for Virginia Woolf was distant and reticent. He
damned her work with faint praise, and did not even acknowledge her
generosity towards him and others. I thought it most ungrateful and
tight-assed of him. What a cold fish. Did you see where I mentioned that he
said in Woolf's presence that no one should bother writing novels after
Joyce? That was either hostile or obtuse. Diana
And then there was Percy Wyndham Lewis' essay on her in his book


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