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Vita Sackville-West [ l892-1962] leftVirginia Wool [1882-1941]her white cat: Sappho.



V.Sackville-West an upper class English woman ,married and mother of two sons, was a successful novelist and poet , she would create in later years beautiful gardens at Sissinghurs her home in Kent. She was well known for her passionate affairs both with men and women. V.Woolf met V.Sackville-West over dinner at some mutual friends , the attraction was immediate and reciprocal .Their relationship spanned 19 years  and inspired Woolf one of her most famous book “Orlando’.



[photo Galia_sherf]

Vita Sackville-West [ l892-1962] left
Virginia Wool [1882-1941]
her white cat: Sappho.

V.Sackville-West an upper class English woman ,married and mother of two sons, was a successful novelist and poet , she would create in later years beautiful gardens at Sissinghurs her home in Kent. She was well known for her passionate affairs both with men and women. V.Woolf met V.Sackville-West over dinner at some mutual friends , the attraction was immediate and reciprocal .Their relationship spanned 19 years and inspired Woolf one of her most famous book “Orlando’.

[photo Galia_sherf]