Bloomsbury. Quentin Bell.


London: Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1988. 2nd Edition. Octavo, publisher's illustrated stiff paper wraps.

Second edition of this chronicle of the Bloomsbury group (originally published in 1968) by author Quentin Bell, nephew of Virginia Woolf. A Bloomsbury scion with access to unpublished documents and first-hand experience, Bell was one of the foremost scholars of the group and wrote several books on the writers, intellectuals, and artists who composed the coterie. Illustrated with black-and-white photos, drawings and reproductions. Fine. Item #2069


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