The Bloomsbury Group was an associated confederation of British writers, artists, philosophers and intellectuals. All of the "members" of this group, which formed in the first half of the twentieth century, were friends or relatives that lived or worked together, or attended university together.
The collective works and contributions by members of the Bloomsbury Group was enormous. All of them, alone and together, exerted great influence during the time in which they lived. In addition to debating the issues of their time, The Group as a whole advocated pleasure and the notion of deriving maximum pleasure from personal relationships.
The group took its name from the part of London, Bloomsbury, in which many of them resided, although the members of this "association" didn't acknowledge their circle of friends as a formal group.
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