Everything is subject to time, but art can stave off oblivion for a while — for a few centuries, say — until the loving epitaph on a tombstone finally crumbles to dust. In reply to that, Virginia writes: Lovemaking is fumbled when it comes to the words, but snatched or worse from the body. The affair lasted until orand the two remained friends for the rest of their lives. Published by Oxford University Press ; all rights reserved. Their union is undoubtedly responsible for creating one of the most important presses in the history of twentieth-century literature:
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Email alerts New issue alert. Don't already have an Oxford Academic account? She is stronger on her own. ForsterDuncan Grant and Lytton Strachey —the latter three of whom were homosexual. And these letters are gaaaaaaaaay. Purchase Subscription prices and ordering Short-term Access To purchase short term access, please sign in to your Oxford Academic account above. You can find her on twitter.
The diaries of Anne Lister A great treasure of lesbian social history. Virginia Woolf, who wrote some of the most crucial works of the 20th century, met poet Vita Sackville-West in A week later, Vita is in Cairo. Loading comments… Trouble loading? Often rather brash, White is paradoxically also a master of the tentative. In an excerpt from her diary, she details a visit Vita paid her while Leonard was home in And these letters are gaaaaaaaaay.