A novel by Gail Pass. A young woman is plucked from her studies and brought to a household where she meets the ancient, crippled Zoe Mohr. The young woman listens increduously to Zoe's claim of association in her youth with Virginia Woolf and the women and men of Bloomsbury. Zoe's story is so vivid, so convincingly recounted, that the young woman relives with Zoe her encounters with the luminaries of the Bloomsbury, as well as Gertrude Stein, Alice B. Toklas and Radclyffe Hall.
This unique and compelling story, told with unfailing grace and intelligence, portrays as never before the legendary women of Bloomsbury.