'A vivid and engrossing historical novel' -- Daily Telegraph
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During the First World War the outstanding New Zealand writer, then a young woman, was in London, a part of the Bloomsbury set. She knew T. S. Eliot and Bertrand Russell, she was close to D. H. and Frieda Lawrence, and she was in and out of love with John Middleton Murry. Virginia Woolf wrote of Mansfield: "Hers was the only writing I was ever jealous of".