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Quentin Bell Papers

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The Quentin Bell Papers, extending to over 5,000 letters and related documents, are concerned with commenting on research, advising on editorial matters, and administering copyright consents. The collection contains a large body of correspondence between Professor Bell and the many scholars and critics world wide who contributed to Woolf studies in the second half of the twentieth century. The second part of the collection, the Topic Files, comprises thematic files which relate largely to Quentin Bell’s own concerns, including correspondence with Ernst Gombrich. The largest group includes over 700 letters between Bell and the staff of the Hogarth Press.






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