Percy Bysshe Shelley "Field Place, Sussex and a Storm at Sea" by Amanda White

Sea Pinks Wood Engraving by Angie Lewin

Sea Pinks by Angie Lewin

Virginia Woolf After The Waves By Amanda White

Virginia Woolf's garden shed or "writing lodge" as she called it, stands beneath a huge chestnut tree at the bottom of the garden of her Sussex retreat, Monk's House in Rodmell, near Lewes. Here she wrote parts of all her major novels, from Mrs Dalloway to Between the Acts.
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After The Waves (Virginia Woolf's "writing lodge" at Monk's House) cut paper collage It was here, in July 1931, that Leonard came out to tell Virginia that The Waves, the manuscript of which he had just finished reading, was a masterpiece. The perfect card for fans of Virginia Woolf, the Bloomsbury Group, English literature - and garden sheds! The card measures 18 x 12.5 cms folded. It is blank inside for your message.