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Life at Tidmarsh was, as Lytton told Virginia, "very complex" ; it was conducted by
a nearly incomprehensible trinity consisting of Ralph Partridge, Dora Carrington
and Lytton himself, three persons who were all more or less in love with each ...
And again, when Lytton dedicated Queen Victoria to Virginia, a compliment
which delighted her, she objected nevertheless that it should have been
dedicated to Carrington. "Oh dear no," he replied, "we're not on those terms at all.
" In May ...
being parted from Lytton altogether -for she knew that her life with Lytton was
inextricably bound up with his affection for Ralph, Carrington capitulated. They
were in fact married ten days later. In a moment of unreserve Ralph revealed to
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Appendix B Fantasy upon a Gentleman
A Note on Sources and References
A Short Bibliography