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Nov 2, 2021

[Answer] 2. Woolf had a close association with one of the most renowned literary and intellectual groups of her time. Which was it?

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...1. The Pre-Raphaelite Group 2. The Writers' Forum 3. The Bloomsbury Group 4. The London Literary Circle The Bloomsbury Group, also known as the Bloomsbury Set, was an elite group of prominent liberal and left-wing writers, philosophers, economists, artists and critics from about 1907 to 1940. It was established by Virginia Woolf's brother Thoby and his Cambridge friends. The members used to meet in the Bloomsbury area of London to discuss issues relating to philosophy, art, society, etc. It was not a school of any new thought. It was open to almost all the intellectual issues of the time. Virginia Woolf was a co-founder and an influential member of the Group. They propounded the idea of 'Art for Art's sake'.




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The Bloomsbury Group:


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