Attitudes towards the Bloomsbury Group itself have always been decidedly mixed, even in their prime, championing Post-Impressionism by exhibiting Gauguin, Matisse and Van Gogh, or publishing TS Eliot and EM Forster through the Hogarth Press, while for a period between the Second World War (during which Virginia Woolf committed suicide and this Coe drama ends) and the 1960s they even fell completely out of fashion.


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