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Violet Hunt

a.k.a. Isobel Violet Hunt

Author Code: EIVH

Born: Sep. 28, 1866 - Durham, England

Died: Jan. 16, 1942 - London, England

Hunt's father was the artist Alfred William Hunt, a member of the Pre-Raphaelite group, and Violet was brought up in the Rossetti circle, which included John Ruskin, William Morris and the Rossettis. It was only natural that she would study art in London. She became renowned as a society hostess. Her salons attracted the cream of literary society, including Joseph Conrad, Rebecca West, Henry James and Wyndham Lewis to name a few. In 1894, she published her first work, The Maiden's Progress, a novel of feminism. She became very active in the Suffrage movement and helped to found the Women Writers' Suffrage League in 1908. She encouraged D. H. Lawrence and became a close friend and lover of H.G. Wells and later Ford Maddox Ford. Hunt became the model for many characters such as Maugham's Rose Waterfield in The Moon and Sixpence. Her own literary output was considerable and includes The Way of Marriage (1896), Affairs of the Heart (1900), The Celebrity At Home (1904), The Cat (1905), Tales of the Uneasy (1911), The Celebrity's Daughter (1913), Their Lives (1916), Their Hearts (1921), More Tales of the Uneasy (1925), The Flurried Years (1926) and The Wife of Rossetti - Her Life and Death (1932).

eBook Code Title/Sub-Title Pub. Yr Pages File Size Type Download Format Find Printed Copy
EIVH007 The Blue Bonnet 1911 14 204k eBook Download PDF - 'The Blue Bonnet' (EIVH007)   Download ePub - 'The Blue Bonnet' (EIVH007) Find a printed copy of The Blue Bonnet by Violet Hunt at AbeBooks
EIVH001 The Celebrity At Home 1904 118 654k eBook Download PDF - 'The Celebrity At Home' (EIVH001)   Download ePub - 'The Celebrity At Home' (EIVH001) Find a printed copy of The Celebrity At Home by Violet Hunt at AbeBooks
EIVH006 The Coach 1911 12 198k eBook Download PDF - 'The Coach' (EIVH006)   Download ePub - 'The Coach' (EIVH006) Find a printed copy of The Coach by Violet Hunt at AbeBooks
EIVH005 The Memoir 1911 11 208k eBook Download PDF - 'The Memoir' (EIVH005)   Download ePub - 'The Memoir' (EIVH005) Find a printed copy of The Memoir by Violet Hunt at AbeBooks
EIVH004 The Operation 1911 16 233k eBook Download PDF - 'The Operation' (EIVH004)   Download ePub - 'The Operation' (EIVH004) Find a printed copy of The Operation by Violet Hunt at AbeBooks
EIVH002 The Prayer 1911 21 223k eBook Download PDF - 'The Prayer' (EIVH002)   Download ePub - 'The Prayer' (EIVH002) Find a printed copy of The Prayer by Violet Hunt at AbeBooks
EIVH003 The Telegram 1911 17 223k eBook Download PDF - 'The Telegram' (EIVH003)   Download ePub - 'The Telegram' (EIVH003) Find a printed copy of The Telegram by Violet Hunt at AbeBooks
EIVH008 The Witness 1911 14 204k eBook Download PDF - 'The Witness' (EIVH008)   Download ePub - 'The Witness' (EIVH008) Find a printed copy of The Witness by Violet Hunt at AbeBooks

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