Paul Levy

Bisexuality was the Bloomsbury norm

Many of the younger Bloomsberries continued the group’s tradition of living in squares and loving in triangles, according to Nino Strachey

Portrait of Julia Strachey, by Dora Carrington. [Alamy]

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