blank pages, cloud of
doodle (?, in two parts), on largely blank prelim page
(detail, 90º ccw)
in Scrapbook of newspaper clippings regarding murder trials (1857)
vol. 4 (largely taken from the Tribune, Herald and Times of 1857)
at NYPL, digitized November 28, 2005
scarcely legible index
At this point a very blank page confronts us. There is a gulf which we can cross only at a venture...
— Virginia Woolf, “Ellen Terry.” (Essays, January 1941)
blank pages; clouds; doodling; vac.