Vita Sakvil-Wes

Vita Sakvil-West was an English writer and playwright, author of a series of notable and praiseworthy work. However, it was remembered primarily for his love life, which is, especially for its time, awarded the freedom . Although (happily) married, has publicly rejected monogamous lifestyle. “It did not seem wrong … be engaged to Harold, while Rosamund so much love,” she wrote in 1912 in her life any more mistresses than the average tavern tales braggart; about them is best evidenced by preserved correspondence, which particularly illustrates two of her greatest loves: Violet Trefjusis and Virginia Woolf.


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