Woolf in the World: A Pen and a Press of Her Own

Virginia Woolf to Enid Bagnold

Virginia Woolf received a lot of fan mail after Orlando was published, including a letter from Enid Bagnold, who was the author of National Velvet. Woolf seemed quite surprised: “I must say it was the most amazing & pleasing letter that I have yet had about Orlando.”

Woolf letter to Enid Bagnold
Virginia Woolf. Letter to Enid Bagnold,
28 October 1928.

Presented by Frances Hooper ’14.
Mortimer Rare Book Room, Smith College

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