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A Bloomsbury Group Reader: The Methods, Ideals and Politics of Social Inquiry
Because whenever they wrote the members of Bloomsbury tried to write well, there is an abundant variety of illuminating and delightful reading to be found in the short prose works of the Group's novelists, biographers, critics, and even political economists. In " A Bloomsbury Group Reader Professor Rosenbaum offers a representative selection of such writings by Virginia Wo...more
Paperback, 444 pages
Published December 8th 1993 by Wiley-Blackwell
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Whilst considered read, it wasn't read cover to cover, but I got through a lot of this one as part of the Bloomsbury group course. This book is a treasure trove of Bloomsbury material. Fiction, essays, political theory, biography, it is all included. For anyone invested in this incredible group of people this is definitely a good place to start with exploring their lives.