to such critics that Campbell may simplynhave grown up. In addition to normalnjealousy, Mary's affair forced Campbellnto evaluate the moral and literary healthnof Bloomsbury, and what he saw wasnsmugness, hypocrisy, mutual flattery, intellectualnflabbiness, and a sexual anarchynthat was more perverse than Arcadian.nThe result was a scathing, erratic, andnhilarious . . .
January 1975April 21, 2022By The Archive
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