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  1. Violet Trefusis (née Keppel; 6 June 1894 – 29 February 1972) was an English socialite and author. She is chiefly remembered for her lengthy affair with the writer Vita Sackville-West that both women continued after their respective marriages.

    • Novelist, radio broadcaster
  2. Violet Trefusis (nascida Keppel; Londres, Inglaterra, 6 de junho de 1894 – Bellosguardo, Itália, 1 de março de 1972) foi uma escritora e socialite inglesa. Ela é lembrada principalmente por seu relacionamento lésbico com a famosa poetisa e romancista Vita Sackville-West. [ 1]

    • Denys Trefusis (1919-1929)
    • romancista, radialista
  3. 5 de jun. de 2014 · The exquisite epistolary records of their relationship, which was later fictionalized in Virginia Woolf’s groundbreaking novel Orlando, span more than a decade and are captured in Violet to Vita: The Letters of Violet Trefusis to Vita Sackville-West (public library) — an immensely moving addition to history’s most beautiful ...

  4. 10 de out. de 2018 · Violet Trefusis was a brilliant, beautiful, and privileged aristocrat who had a passionate affair with Vita Sackville-West. She also wrote novels and memoirs that influenced Woolf, Sackville-West, and Mitford, but are now forgotten.

  5. www.violettrefusis.com › en › biografiaViolet Trefusis

    riter, poet, patron of the arts and cosmopolitan intellectual, a leading figure among les grandes animatrices de Paris as well as part of the European gratin. Violet Keppel (subsequently Trefusis) was born on the 6 th June 1894 in London.

  6. Trefusis, Violet (1894–1972) English novelist, memoirist, and salon hostess. Born Violet Keppel in London, England, on June 6, 1894; died at the Villa l'Ombrellino in Florence, Italy, onMarch 1, 1972; daughter of Colonel George Keppel (an army officer and brother of the earl of Albemarle) and Alice (Edmonstone) Keppel (1869–1947); sister of ...

  7. 20 de mar. de 2020 · Violet Trefusis is mostly known today for a slim volume of her published love letters addressed to Vita Sackville-West, aristocratic author of novels such as All Passion Spent (1931) and creator of the famed gardens at her ancestral home of Sissinghurst.