Author(s): Nino Strachey
History, Politics and Society
Evocative, engaging and filled with vivid details, Rooms of Their Own explores the homes of these three writers linked to the Bloomsbury Group. Bringing together stories of love, desire and intimacy, of evolving relationships and erotic encounters, with vivid accounts of the settings in which they took place, it offers fresh insights into their complicated, interlocking lives. Complete with first-hand accounts, this book illuminates shifting social and moral attitudes toward sexuality and gender in the 1920s and 30s.