Leonard Woolf and his Clan

Bloomsbury laid bare: The last member of the famous artistic set reveals all


They were the controversial literary and artistic set whose members were said to have ‘lived in squares and loved in triangles’. In a rare interview, Olivier Bell talks about the discovery that throws new light on life at Charleston.

Leonard Woolf

Met Clive Bell, Lytton Strachey and EM Forster at Cambridge, where they were all members of elite intellectual society the Apostles. Was a civil servant in Sri Lanka; returned to England and married Virginia. Wrote novels, but was better known for his political and Fabian writings


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