The loving friends: a portrait of Bloomsbury
Explores the relationships between the core members of the Bloomsbury Group, Lytton Strachey, Virginia and Leonard Woolf, Vanessa and Clive Bell, and their friends and patrons, including Carrington, Ottoline Morrell and David Garnett.
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The Strachey Connection
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