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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.

  2. Ocupação. romancista, radialista. 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]

  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. www.violettrefusis.com › en › biografiaViolet Trefusis

    This official web-site provides accurate reference material on Violet Trefusis; to promote awareness and appreciation of this remarkable woman, her works, and all the activities implemented in her name.

  5. 10 de out. de 2018 · By Emma Garman. October 10, 2018. Feminize Your Canon. Young Violet Trefusis. Our monthly column Feminize Your Canon explores the lives of underrated and underread female authors. “O darling, aren’t you glad you aren’t me ?” wrote Violet Trefusis to her pined-for lover, Vita Sackville-West, in the summer of 1921.

  6. Violet Trefusis. Violet Keppel, the elder daughter of Alice Keppel, was born at 2 Wilton Crescent, London, on 6th June 1894. Keppell was the mistress of Edward VII but it was later established that her real father was Ernest William Beckett (1856–1917), the Conservative MP for Whitby. Violet Keppel educated by a French governess and at Helen ...

  7. 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 ...