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Virginia Woolf & Vita Sackville-West: A Love Affair – The Virginia Woolf Blog
The Joyful, Gossipy and Absurd Private Life of Virginia Woolf
Funny, revealing and downright bitchy pen-portraits of the leading figures of the Bloomsbury Group, the key British literary stars of the s and s, have come to light in unpublished correspondence between the poet and novelist Vita Sackville-West and an aspiring young writer. Sackville-West, who was the model for Woolf's androgynous, time-travelling heroine Orlando, first began writing to Howard, her 'darling waif-novelist' in , the year of Woolf's suicide.
Love letters, love triangles, scathing rejection, and literary feuds. Though the article is shot down, she continues to document the sexual relationships of Los Angeles' lesbian and bisexual women throughout the show, insisting any lesbian can be connected in six degrees.
She also did not appear to have any reservations about sharing this information with anyone within earshot in the store.
After Virginia Woolf met fellow writer Vita Sackville-West in the early s, the two women began a romantic affair that lasted for a number of years.
Virginia Woolf’s L Word Chart Reveals Good Old-Fashioned Literary Dyke Drama
Lytton Strachey's newly published letters reveal a sado-masochist who believed his attitude to sex was years ahead of its time. Paul Levy introduces these exclusive extracts.
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