The Creevey Papers

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The Creevey Papers

Reading experience
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Evidence

Sunday 21 May 1933: "Tonight sitting at the open window of a secondrate inn in Draguignan [...] I dip into Creevey; L[eonard]. into Golden Bough."

Source

The Diary of Virginia Woolf

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Notes
Creevey (1768-1838) a Whig MP; Virginia and Leonard Woolf owned a copy of Herbert Maxwell's 1928 edition of his Papers. See p.157 n.4 in source, which accompanies Woolf's comments on Creevey in diary entry for 14 May 1933, in which she compares and contrasts Creevey and Henry James, referring to Creevey as a 'vulgar old brute' in his evocations of 'the general laxity & lustiness & vulgarity' of Regency court life, and his 'uncurbed, & weak' prose style.

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Accessed on 2019/11/19 07:02:17

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The Creevey Papers

Reading experience
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Evidence

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Accessed on 2019/11/19 07:02:17

Related place
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Related people
Woolf, Virginia
Related text or manuscript
The Diary of Virginia Woolf
Related place
France
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