Virginia Woolf thought Austen had six more novels left to write.
January 6, 1926
On this day in 1740, the Scottish author and lawyer James Boswell was born. Best known for his pioneering usage of human details and personal observations in biography, Boswell famously penned Life of Johnson, a work so notable that Virginia Woolf chose to sing its praises 130 years after its publication.
October 21, 1940
Virginia Woolf, October 21, 1940