Women of Bloomsbury: Virginia, Vanessa and Carrington

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Three Bloomsbury women: a great writer, a talented painter, and an unsuccessful, reclusive artist. mary Ann Caws's deeply personal book takes a fresh look at the lives of Virginia Woolf, her sister Vanessa Bell, and Dora Carrington. By juxtaposing their lives, struggles and works, Caws weaves a rich and moving story about the pain women suffer in being artists, and in finding--or creating--their sense of self.