Doris Edith Enfield is Doris Edith Hussey's married name . . . Husband was Ralph Roscoe Enfield (1885-1973), an agricultural economist. They married in 1921. Quote from LEL in Orlando (Ref. Michael Whitworth World's Classics edition); LEL advertised on Orlando dust jacket. Enfield also wrote a biography of Louise Colet (in a similar style) called A Lady of the Salons, Cape 1922. In Woolf's Diary: "One might feel, for example, that Ralph [Enfield] was a bore, & Balzac sometimes dull. Can you like Balzac if you like Ralph? That's what I ask myself when I talk to Hussey. She is an ironmongers daughter, & thus the chain of Lytton galls her . . ." 184, 1920-24. Footnote on p.120 on Bloomsbury/Freud about Enfield: "a woman of independent means with a flat in Clifford's Inn, determined to become a writer."