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Virginia Woolf And Katherine Mansfield
Woolf's and Mansfield's relationship was an interesting one, where the two women were dear and close friends, but were also rivals and competed with each other to become the best in the writing world.

They would discuss their projects over tea, send each other presents in the mail, write thousands of letters to each other, and push each other to be the best that they could be in their fields.

For example, when Mansfield wrote a negative review about Woolf's second book, Night and Day, she specified that the novel failed to address the damage that was felt after World War I. That pushed Woolf to write three war novels — which are now considered her best work.
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