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The typescript of Virginia Woolf's 'Time Passes' forms the second layer of the Genetic Edition, and the next step of composition following the Initial Holograph Draft.
The version presented here is the typescript Woolf sent to Charles Mauron for him to translate into French, which is currently located in St Remy, France.
Though undated, it was apparently sent in late October or November 1926, and represented an intermediate stage of the text, between the initial manuscript and the marked-up proofs. Mauron's translation was subsequently published in the Paris periodical 'Commerce' for Winter 1926. It became the first of Woolf's writings to be translated into French, and thus formed a significant document in the history of her French reception, providing the basis for her high reputation in France.
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