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Woolf Online: An Electronic Edition and Commentary of Virginia Woolf's 'Time Passes'.

The initial idea and overall organization of this project was the work of Julia Briggs (1943-2007), in whose memory the project has been completed. Permissions to include original documentary and copyrighted materials have been negotiated with the Woolf estate and with the assistance of the Head of Literary Estates of the Society of Authors.

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Genetic Edition - The Genetic Edition of 'Time Passes' from Virginia Woolf's 'To the Lighthouse' includes seven distinct variants of the text. Within this Genetic Edition we can identify four distinct stages, comprising the Initial Holograph Draft, the Typescript, the corrected Proofs, and the print editions. The print editions include the US and GB 1st Edition, the Uniform Edition, and the Everyman Edition. Each of these texts has been presented as a transcription and set of scanned images.

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Contextual - The contextual sources offered have, primarily, been collected as a compliment to the Initial Holograph Draft of 'Time Passes' by Virginia Woolf. The primary focus of this material is, therefore, the period of the creation of this manuscript, between 30th April and 25th May 1926. Other material is also included, where applicable, as a compliment to this primary collection of material.

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Stephen Family - The history of Talland House from 1882 to 1895 was recorded in family photographs taken during the holidays. As well as photographs, this section includes extracts from Woolf's journal, August 1905, manuscript and typescript images from her late unfinished memoir 'A Sketch of the Past', an essay on 'Talland House', and other supporting material.

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Bibliography - The Woolf Online bibliography includes material used within the site itself, and a list of recommendations compiled by Professor Mark Hussey. The bibliography can be sorted and filtered using a variety of terms, and we welcome suggestions for expanding this resource for both teaching and research.

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