Vita Sackville-West Net Worth

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Vita Sackville-West Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

Template:Multiple issues The Hon Victoria Mary Sackville-West, Lady Nicolson, CH (9 March 1892 – 2 June 1962), best known as Vita Sackville-West, was an English author, poet and gardener. She won the Hawthornden Prize in 1927 and 1933. She was known for her exuberant aristocratic life, her passionate affair with the novelist Virginia Woolf, and Sissinghurst Castle Garden, which she and her husband, Sir Harold Nicolson, created at their estate.
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Date Of BirthMarch 9, 1892
Place Of BirthKnole House, Kent, England
SpouseHarold Nicolson; sons
Star SignPisces
1Daughter of Lionel Edward Sackville-West (1867-1928) and Victoria Josepha Dolores Catalina Sackville-West (1862-1936).
2Grandmother of Vanessa Pepita Nicolson, born 1956 (Lionel's daughter); Juliet, born 1954, Adam, born 1957 and Rebecca, born 1963 (Nigel's children).
3Her third novel, "Challenge", was not published in England until 1974 due to the sensational topic.
4Dedicated one novel, "The Dragon in Shallow Waters" (Collins 1921), to 'L' (Lushka), Vita's pet name for Violet Trefusis. It was written during a stormy period of Vita's life when she was totally involved with Trefusis. The Vita/Violet situation lasted for a number of years.
5Her grand­mother was the famous Pepita, a Spanish dancer of humble descent who had formed an 'illicit union' with Lionel Sackville-West, the 2nd Lord Sackville.
6Virgina Woolf's novel, "Orlando", was written about her.
7Had two sons, Lionel Benedict (b. August 6th 1914, d. 1978) and Nigel (b. January 19th 1917, d. 2004).
8She won the 1927 Hawthorne Prize for poetry with "The Land".
9"Portrait of a Marriage" by Nigel Nicolson (Vita's son) (Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1973) gives the full story of this period of the Nicolsons' lives, taken from an autobiographical manuscript found after Vita Sackville-West's death. The book has also been made into a Exxon Mobile Masterpiece Theatre mini-series.
10Wrote two distinguished travel books, "Passenger to Teheran" (1926) and "Twelve Days" (1928), both very collectable. These books recount her experiences travelling both to and inside Persia in 1926/27, while "Twelve Days" illustrates her own photographs.
11Wrote some fifty books in all - not just novels and poetry but travel books, biography (fittingly, on Aphra Benn and Joan of Arc), and eight books on gardening.
12Rose to best-seller status in the 1930s for novels such as "The Edwardians" and "All Passion Spent".
13Her poem, "Sissinghurst" (Hogarth. 1 93 1), written as a tribute to her new home, was dedicated to Virginia Woolf (also her lover).


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