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Angelica GARNETT
Puckerbrush Press; First edition (1998)
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Angelica Garnett was born at Charleston Farmhouse in East Sussex on. .

Angelica Garnett was born at Charleston Farmhouse in East Sussex on Christmas Day 1918. She was the biological daughter of the painter Duncan Grant and Vanessa Bell; her aunt was Virginia Woolf. The book was direct and sharply critical in its description of her upbringing and relationship with her parents, revealing Bloomsbury's rather conventional inability to confront deep personal feelings. In those characteristics it was a departure from much of the coverage the Bloomsbury Group had received up to that time.

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Angelica Garnett obituary . Artist and writer both blessed and burdened by her Bloomsbury group inheritance. A woman of great beauty and personal magnetism, Angelica Garnett, who has died aged 93, had many gifts. She continued to explore biographical matter in The Eternal Moment (1998), in the lengthy introduction she wrote to her mother's essays, Sketches in Pen and Ink (1998), and in The Unspoken Truth: A Quartet of Bloomsbury Stories (2010), where her own character, as well as that of others, though transposed into fiction, is clearly discernible.

Angelica Garnett may truly be called a child of Bloomsbury. Her Aunt was Virginia Woolf, her mother Vanessa Bell, and her father Duncan Grant, though for many years Angelica believed herself, naturally enough, the daughter of Vanessa's husband Clive. Her childhood homes, Charleston in Sussex and Gordon Square in London, were both centres of Bloomsbury activity, and she grew up surrounded by the most talked-about writers and artists of the day - Leonard and Virginia Woolf, Roger Fry, the Stracheys, Maynard Keynes, David Garnett (whom she later married), and many others.

Angelica Garnett was born at Charleston Farmhouse in East Sussex on. She was the daughter of the painters Duncan Grant and Vanessa Bell; her aunt was Virginia Woolf.

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This is not a Print-on-Demand or facsimile book. It is a paperback boo published by Puckerbrush Press and printed by Howlan's Printing Company, Old Town, Maine and bound by Furbush-Roberts, Bangor, Maine. Angelica Vanessa Garnett, née Bell (1918 - 2012), was a British writer, painter and artist. She was the author of the memoir Deceived with Kindness (1984), an account of her experience growing up at the heart of the Bloomsbury Group. The Eternal Moment was written after Deceived and is also a biographical memoir. It includes the short story, "The Birthday party," which had never been published before this book. Although her parentage was well known in Bloomsbury circles, she did not learn that Clive Bell was not her father until she was nineteen. She spent her childhood at Charleston and in the South of France and went on to become an actress and artist, collaborating with Vanessa Bell and Duncan Grant on the murals for Berwick Church. Much to her parents horror, she married David Garnett, her father's former lover, in 1942.