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By: Kate | June 16, 2016

The Bloomsbury Cookbook, masterfully compiled by Jans Ondaatje Rolls, delves into the everyday lives of the diverse group of artists, writers and intellectuals that became known as the Bloomsbury group. Centred around Virginia Woolf and her sister, painter Vanessa Bell, they forged new ground artistically and intellectually, experimenting with radical techniques in writing, art and design. They were also responsible for introducing innovative works to the English public, through the Woolfs’ publishing house, Hogarth Press, and Roger Fry’s Omega Workshop and Post-Impressionist exhibitions. The Bloomsbury circle also included intellectuals such as John Maynard Keynes, whose economic theories continue to inform government policy to this day. 


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