Several additional journals have published articles on what s obviously perceived as a compelling aspect of Virgina Woolf's life & letters.
Q. How did you become interested in Woolf's servants?
A. By reading Woolf's diaries, which I love, but which contain appalling references to the servants: Lottie Hope or Nellie Boxall being compared to animals and vermin. Woolf's disgust riveted me. I also wondered why she and Boxall had such rows. Then the fact that my grandmother was in service and my mother's sisters started out in service before the Second World War.
- New York Times: "A Maid of One's Own"
- The Nation: "The Horror of Dirt: Virginia Woolf and Her Servants"
- The Daily Telegraph: "The Women Behind Mrs. Woolf"