Letters from Woolf to Saxon Arnold Sydney-Turner, a college roommate and friend and one of the group of "Apostles" at Cambridge.
The letters tell of Woolf's activities and projects while on vacation from Cambridge, of his life as a Civil Servant in Sri
Lanka, and a few treat the period after his return to England.
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