Mrs. Woolf and the Servants: An Intimate History of Domestic Life in Bloomsbury


A revealing and personal new perspective on the Bloomsbury set and the servants who shared their lives. When Virginia Woolf wrote "A Room of One's Own" in 1929, she established her reputation as a feminist, a woman who could imagine a more open and liberal reality, and an advocate for the female voice. Indeed the Bloomsbury set has often been identified with liberal, open-minded views; Woolf's circle of artists and writers were considered Bohemians ahead of their time. But they were also "of" their time. Like thousands of ...

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