Bloomsbury Group Two-Minute History

Hey everyone,

Enjoy my allergy voice discussing the Bloomsbury Group.

For some reason, wordpress isn’t letting a hyperlink happen here so I apologize for the ugly link at the bottom of this post.

 

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A publisher of one’s own: Virginia and Leonard Woolf and the Hogarth Press

“We unpacked it with enormous excitement, finally with Nelly’s help carried it into the drawing room, set it on its stand, and discovered that it was smashed in half,” wrote Virginia Woolf on the afternoon of 24 April 1917…. Click on the image below to read more!