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Old 04-23-2019, 11:23 AM   #121
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I haven't read through the entire thread, but would like to make a request: that the Autobiographical Writings are given their own download. I want to avoid loading such a large file as the Complete Works onto my ereader. I already have A Writer's Diary, but others might like that to be included. I'm nosey about her life and can't find the diaries anywhere else at all, not even for a price.
Thanks for all the hard work.

EDIT: is it possible for me to somehow split the file myself, using Calibre? I've never used Calibre for this before, just for conversion: I'll be converting it to AZW3 for Kindle.

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Old 04-23-2019, 12:33 PM   #122
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I don't really want to upload this in parts, but I'll send you a link with the Letters and Diaries.
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EDIT: is it possible for me to somehow split the file myself, using Calibre? I've never used Calibre for this before, just for conversion: I'll be converting it to AZW3 for Kindle.
Use the “EPubSplit” plugin for Calibre. It’s extremely easy to use.
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Old 05-16-2019, 08:01 PM   #124
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Query on The London Scene publication by Hogarth Press

Thanks a million for Woolf's Collected Works!
I'm new to the forum and I'm not sure this query is appropriate.
The London Scene appears as following a 1931 edition by Hogarth Press, but I can't find any details or evidence in academic literature. Any hints?
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I noticed this is your first post, so:

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Hi Instinctivelily,

welcome to Mobileread and yes, your query is perfectly appropriate.

I don't know where you found the information that the texts follow a 1931 Hogarth Press edition, as the title page states that they’re based on the 1982 reprint of the first book edition, published by Frank Hallman in 1975.

The essays were originally printed in a magazine called Good Housekeeping between December 1931 and October 1932.

I do remember vaguely that I was unsure about the date of the first book publication once and I might have put a wrong year in one of my earlier editions: is it possible that you are not reading the current version 11.0?
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Hi, BookCat! Thanks for the welcome =)

Hey, pynch, you're amazing. Thanks for the reply, confusion solved.
Indeed, I have the 9.0 version and this is the page I used for reference https://www.screencast.com/t/rQ6ndb45
When I wrote the query yesterday hadn't read (sorry!) your entry about the last update. You deserve a publishers award. I'm not sure they exist, though. But you do.
All for now.
Thanks again!
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