Violet Hunt

(1866—1942) author and literary hostess

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novelist, was for some years the companion of F. M. Ford. A flamboyant feminist, a supporter of Women's Suffrage, and a friend of H. G. Wells and H. James, she published several novels (including The Maiden's Progress, 1894, and White Rose of Weary Leaf, 1908), an autobiography, The Flurried Years (1926), and the macabre Tales of the Uneasy (1911).

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