Uncommon Arrangements: Seven Marriages in Literary London 1910-1939 (BOK)

Katie Roiphe

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Drawing on the memoirs, letters and diaries of a group of British intellectuals writing between 1910 and the Second World War, UNCOMMON ARRANGEMENTS paints a witty and insightful portrait of seven 'marriages a la mode', each triumphantly casting off Victorian inhibitions and pursuing bohemian ideals of freedom and equality. But as well as love and passion, there were tolerance, denial, anger, jealousy and drama. The Bloomsbury group's Clive and Vanessa Bell opened up their marriage to accommodate Vanessa's live-in lovers, and Clive's obsession with his sister-in-law, Virginia Woolf. H.G. Well's steadfast wife sent her love to his mistress Rebecca West when their son was born. And Vera Brittain and Katherine Mansfield, more devoted to their work than to their husbands, wrestled with unfulfilled desires. This is both a fascinating exploration of love, affection and friendship in marriage, and a brilliantly entertaining account of a dazzling era of high-society high living.


Språk Engelsk Engelsk Utgitt 2009
Forfatter Katie Roiphe Forlag
ISBN 9781844082711 Antall sider 352
Dimensjoner 12,8cm x 19,8cm x 2,3cm Vekt 244 gram
Leverandør Bertram Trading Ltd Emner og form Biography: general, Literary studies: general