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People/Characters: Clive Bell

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April is de wreedste maand by Rindert Kromhoutnot in English Common Knowledge
The Bloomsbury Cookbook: Recipes for Life, Love and Art by Jans Ondaatje Rolls
The Bloomsbury Group by Frances Spalding
The Bloomsbury Group: The Word and The Image VII by Quentin Bell
Bloomsbury: A House of Lions by Leon Edel
Charleston: Past and Present: The Official Guide to One of Bloomsbury's Cultural Treasures by Quentin Bell
Deceived With Kindness: A Bloomsbury Childhood by Angelica Garnett
Elders and Betters by Quentin Bell
Letters of Leonard Woolf by Leonard Woolf
The Loving Friends: A Portrait of Bloomsbury by David Gadd
Old Friends, Personal Recollections (Biographies) by Clive Bell
The Sex Lives of Famous Lesbians by Nigel Cawthorne
Soldaten huilen niet by Rindert Kromhoutnot in English Common Knowledge
Uncommon Arrangements: Seven Portraits of Married Life in London Literary Circles 1910-1939 by Katie Roiphe
Vanessa and Her Sister by Priya Parmar
Vanessa and Virginia by Susan Sellers
Vanessa Bell by Frances Spalding
Vanessa Bell's Family Album by Quentin Bell
A Very Close Conspiracy: Vanessa Bell and Virginia Woolf by Jane Dunn
Virginia Woolf by Alexandra Harris
Virginia Woolf - Vita Sackville-West Mektuplaşmaları by Louise DeSalvo - Mitchell Leaskanot in English Common Knowledge

Character description

Clive Bell (1881–1964) was a British art critic and a founding member of the Bloomsbury Group with his wife, the painter Vanessa Bell (sister of Virginia Woolf).

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