Violet Hunt was a British novelist, biographer, and literary hostess born in 1862 to novelist Margaret Hunt and painter Alfred Hunt. She was a part of the pre-Raphaelite social circle that included Oscar Wilde, Radclyffe Hall, and Ford Madox Brown with whom she lived for 10 years. Hunt was considered a New Woman novelist, and her works are comprised of seventeen novels, three collections of short stories, two autobiographical memoirs, and numerous journal articles.
The Violet Hunt collection includes proofs and letters by the English writer and literary hostess.
This collection was digitized as part of Project REVEAL (Read and View English & American Literature).
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