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Economist John Maynard Keynes and his wife, the ballerina Lydia Lopokova. (Keynes was part of The Bloomsbury Group)    ***    Virginia Woolf, remarking on their relationship in 1924 and displaying her famous intellectual snobbery, wrote in a letter to Jacques Raverat that “they say you can only talk to Maynard now in words of one syllable.”

Economist John Maynard Keynes and his wife, the ballerina Lydia Lopokova. (Keynes was part of The Bloomsbury Group) *** Virginia Woolf, remarking on their relationship in 1924 and displaying her famous intellectual snobbery, wrote in a letter to Jacques Raverat that “they say you can only talk to Maynard now in words of one syllable.”

Unlike her sister, Vanessa Bell, seen here circa 1910, didn't keep a journal. "Her voice is largely unheard and I was really interested in that," Priya Parmar says.

Novel Gives Voice To Virginia Woolf's Overshadowed Sister

Unlike her sister, Vanessa Bell, seen here circa 1910, didn't keep a journal. "Her voice is largely unheard and I was really interested in that," Priya Parmar says.

Nestled in the heart  of rural Sussex, Monk’s House is a tranquil 17th-century weatherboarded cottage inhabited by Leonard and the novelist Virginia Woolf from 1919 until Leonards death in 1969.

Nestled in the heart of rural Sussex, Monk’s House is a tranquil 17th-century weatherboarded cottage inhabited by Leonard and the novelist Virginia Woolf from 1919 until Leonards death in 1969.

Pre Raphaelite Artist: Mary Seton Watts - Mary Seton Fraser Tytler (married name Mary Seton Watts) (1849–1938) was a symbolist craftswoman, designer and social reformer. Born in India, she spent much of her youth in Scotland and settled in England in the 1860s. She supported the revival of the Celtic style, the indigenous artistic expression of Scotland and Ireland.

Pre Raphaelite Artist: Mary Seton Watts - Mary Seton Fraser Tytler (married name Mary Seton Watts) (1849–1938) was a symbolist craftswoman, designer and social reformer. Born in India, she spent much of her youth in Scotland and settled in England in the 1860s. She supported the revival of the Celtic style, the indigenous artistic expression of Scotland and Ireland.

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