Bloomsbury Women by Jan Marsh

Author: Jan Marsh

Category: History, Politics and Culture

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With their wild Bohemian exploits and exceptional artistic talent, the lives of the infamous Bloomsbury Set have long captured the imagination of the public.
Equally as legendary for their scandalous affairs and progressive attitudes as they were for their groundbreaking contributions to art, literature, and philosophy, it is perhaps Bloomsbury’s female members that are the most revered.
From Virginia Woolf and her artist sister Vanessa Bell to the poets Vita Sackville-West and Katherine Mansfield, the Bloomsbury women left extensive letters, diaries and memoirs providing vivid accounts of friendship, love, art, gossip, jealousy and death that occupied their fascinating lives.
This captivating book traces the Bloomsbury Group from its beginning in the early years of the 20th Century to the old age of its founders and their undying legacy. Shining a new light on the group and its female protagonists, Jan Marsh presents the true story of an extraordinary group of women.
Praise for Bloomsbury Women
“An excellent addition to Bloomsbury studies that will be of interest to both devotees and newcomers.” Publishers Weekly
“Like listening to a friend telling the story of the lives and loves of an extraordinary bunch of people” Books and Freckles
Jan Marsh (b.1942) is the author of several biographies, including Pre Raphaelite Sisterhood and Christina Rossetti: A Literary Biography. An expert in the Victorian period, she is president of the William Morris Society, a trustee of the William Morris Gallery and a fellow of the Royal Historical Society.