Bloomsbury: A House of Lions

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Lippincott, 1979 - Fiction - 288 pages
Examines the lives, careers, achievements, and influence of the "Bloomsburies": economist Maynard Keynes, political scientist Leonard Woolf, authors Virginia Woolf and Lytton Strachey, critics Clive Bell and Desmond MacCarthy, and painters Duncan Grant, Vanessa Bell, and Roger Fry.

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User Review  - DeadFred - LibraryThing

If your new to the Bloomsbury Group this is a good start as it gives a well depicated social & cultural view of each member up to adulthood . Easy reading and holds interest Read full review

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Much more than mere character sketches of THE proto-counter-culture, it's an intriguing examination of a high-gain artistic mileau. Read full review

Contents

ILLUSTRATIONS
9
THOROUGHLY
19
THE HUNTERS EYE
27
Copyright

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