‘Lost’ essay by Virginia Woolf to be published

Charles Davis sends “this story from
telegraph.co.uk about a “lost” essay by Virginia Woolf about London life in the 1930s. Woolf wrote six articles for Good Housekeeping between 1931 and 1932, based on her perceptions of her native city. While five of the essays were republished in a 1970 title, The London Scene, the sixth was lost and only recently found in the archives of the University of Sussex. The London Scene, long out of print, will be republished soon, with the inclusion of the lost essay.