Charlotte Mew: And Her Friends

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Born in 1869, Charlotte Mew grew up in Victorian Bloomsbury in genteel poverty, and established herself as a poet and prose-writer during the stimulating innovative period running from John Lane's "Yellow Book" to Harold Munro's bookshop. Like Virginia Woolf, who was one of her earliest admirers, Charlotte was a tormented person, and in addition, her lesbian proclivities served to complicate her relationships. She committed suicide in 1928.

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