[Vwoolf] Two items of possible interest for Woolfians

Neverow, Vara S. neverowv1 at southernct.edu
Wed Jul 3 12:25:21 EDT 2019


Below are two Bloomsbury-related items that may be of interest.

The article below from The Guardian focuses on the film version of Vita and Virginia:


'I felt kind of promiscuous': Gemma Arterton on Vita and Virginia<https://www.theguardian.com/film/2019/jun/27/gemma-arterton-vita-and-virginia-bloomsbury>
With director Chanya Button, the star has made an ambitious drama about the passionate Bloomsbury love affair. They talk about female desire and the rise in lesbian romances on screen
Below is a review of  Sarah Watling's Noble Savages: The Olivier Sisters. There is a paywall for The Spectator, so it would be lovely if someone who has access to the review could share it. (Unfortunately, the pitch for the review starts with an obvious inaccuracy about Woolf, Strachey, and naked bathing.)


The free-spirited sisters who galvanised the Bloomsbury Group<https://www.spectator.co.uk/2019/06/the-free-spirited-sisters-who-galvanised-the-bloomsbury-group/>
Books. The free-spirited sisters who galvanised the Bloomsbury Group The Olivier girls’ summer camps and naked bathing may not have appealed to Woolf or Strachey — but Rupert Brooke and Bunny ...


Vara Neverow
Department of English
Southern Connecticut State University
New Haven, CT 06515
neverowv1 at southernct.edu
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