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Selected Letters of Vanessa Bell
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The letters of the British Post-Impressionist painter Vanessa Bell, the sister of Virginia Woolf, wife of critic Clive Bell, lover of critic Roger Fry, life partner of Duncan Grant, and mother of the ceramist and art professor Quentin Bell and the artist and memoirist Angelica Garnett. An innovator in art and life, Vanessa Bell was a member of the Bloomsbury Group and an important figure in modernist artistic circles of early twentieth century London. Her letters are lively and fascinating, and those exchanged with Virginia Woolf have been an important resource for students of Woolf's life and work.
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The letters of the British Post-Impressionist painter Vanessa Bell, the sister of Virginia Woolf, wife of critic Clive Bell, lover of critic Roger Fry, life partner of Duncan Grant, and mother of the ceramist and art professor Quentin Bell and the artist and memoirist Angelica Garnett. An innovator in art and life, Vanessa Bell was a member of the Bloomsbury Group and an important figure in modernist artistic circles of early twentieth century London. Her letters are lively and fascinating, and those exchanged with Virginia Woolf have been an important resource for students of Woolf's life and work.

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San Francisco writer Regina Marler is the author of Bloomsbury Pie: The Making of the Bloomsbury Boom (Holt), and the editor of Selected Letters of Vanessa Bell (Pantheon) and Queer Beats: How the Beats Turned America on to Sex (Cleis).  She...

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