Victoria Mary Sackville-West, mais conhecida por Vita Sackville-West, CH (Knole House, 9 de Março de 1892 – Jardim do Castelo de Sissinghurst, 2 de Junho de 1962) foi uma poetisa, romancista e paisagista inglesa. O seu longo poema narrativo, The Land, valeu-lhe o prémio Hawthornden Prize em 1927.
Victoria Mary, Lady Nicolson, CH ( née Sackville-West; 9 March 1892 – 2 June 1962), usually known as Vita Sackville-West, was an English author and garden designer . Sackville-West was a successful novelist, poet and journalist, as well as a prolific letter writer and diarist.
5 de mar. de 2023 · Vita Sackville-West, byname of Victoria Mary Sackville-West, married name Victoria Mary Nicolson, (born March 9, 1892, Knole, Kent, England—died June 2, 1962, Sissinghurst Castle, Kent), English novelist and poet who wrote chiefly about the Kentish countryside, where she spent most of her life.
23 de ago. de 2019 · The glamorous writer Vita Sackville-West was 10 years younger than Woolf and came from an aristocratic family. The Sackvilles’ ancestral home was Knole, a sprawling estate in southern England,...
Victoria (Vita) Mary Sackville-West (1892-1962) foi uma prolífica escritora de ficção, poeta premiada e designer de jardins. Ela nasceu e cresceu em Knole House, Kent. Ela foi a única filha de Lionel Edward Sackville-West (que viria a se tornar o terceiro Barão Sackville) e sua prima, Victoria Sackville-West.
31 de mar. de 2020 · She returned to England and gave birth to their only child, Vita Sackville-West, on March 9, 1892. By the age of eighteen, Vita had written eight full-length novels and five plays. She describes her childhood self in a diary as “rough, and secret,” frequently punished for “wrestling with the hall-boy,” fondest of her ...
15 de nov. de 2022 · Victoria Mary Sackville-West, known as Vita, was born at Knole in 1892 and grew up there, the only child of Lionel Edward Sackville-West (later 3rd Baron Sackville) and his cousin, Victoria Sackville-West. She loved Knole but was unable to inherit the estate due to the laws of primogeniture dictating that only men could inherit property.