A Spiritual Bloomsbury is an exploration of how three English writers-Edward Carpenter, E.M. Forster, and Christopher Isherwood-sought to come to terms with their homosexuality by engagement with Hinduism. Copley reveals how these writers came to terms with their inner conflicts and were led in the direction of Hinduism by friendship or the influence of gurus. Tackling the themes of the guru-disciple relationship, their quarrel with Christianity, relationships with their mothers and the problematic feminine, the tensions between sexuality and society, and the attraction of Hindu mysticism; this fascinating work seeks to reveal whether Hinduism offered the answers and fulfillment these writers ultimately sought. Also included is a diary narrating Copley's quest to track down Carpenter's and Isherwood's Vendantism and Forster's Krishna cult on a journey to India.
This play focuses on Katherine Mansfield's friendships and relationships with women, in particular her relationship with Virginia Woolf and her ongoing friendship with Ida Baker (LM). It is compiled entirely from the words of Katherine Mansfield, Ida Baker, Virginia Woolf and other members of The Bloomsbury Group. This play features 2 or 3 female.
Will Jena jeopardize her professional career, reputation, family and friends to pursue her complicated love interest? As a teen she lives with her single mom, Nancy. Jena is shy and struggles with teen issues in addition to her weight and boys. Her teen boyfriend Cody is interested in his own personal needs instead of developing a relationship with Jena. Throughout college she continues to search for the man of her dreams. While in college she is reunited with family she grows to love. The path leads her into the arms of another uncommitted man named Ray. The two lovers fill each others voids in an untraditional relationship. Feeling misled Jena abruptly tries to end things. Her lover never gave up his love for as he continued trying to connect with her. His constant struggles to see her cause emotional conflict. Ray has a few things he needs to reveal to his young lover who does not want any part. In the end the two lovers' different paths meet in an unusual and unique ending.
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