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Will the sometimes oppressive aid of the Jewish community make all well in his world? At the outbreak of the Second World War, Olivier left the Courtauld and took up a new position, financed by Count Antoine Seilern, as research secretary to Ludwig Burchard, working at the British Museum on his great Rubens catalogue; she continued the work when Burchard was interned in Her first war work was for the photographic division of the Ministry of Information, when she moved to a new flat in Canonbury Square, with Ruth Beresford, who was private secretary to John Strachey, the air minister.
After visiting her father in Aberystwyth, where he was in charge of the art collections removed there from the Royal Library Windsor, and Chatsworth as well as from the British Museum, she worked as a research assistant for the publications department of the Ministry of Information alongside Laurie Lee.
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In these years as a mother and housewife , as well as afterwards, Olivier was a domestic paragon: hospitable, a wonderful cook, carpenter, gardener, dressmaker, and creator of lovely, comfortable, welcoming interiors. Their hospitality was legend. Leonard Woolf, who had become close to Olivier as well, enticed Quentin to write a biography of Virginia while he was still in Leeds; and after accepting the task, he persuaded Leeds University to give him a sabbatical to do the work.
However this coincided with the offer of a job from Sussex University, which he wanted to take, so Quentin had to persuade Sussex to give him the sabbatical instead. Olivier was drafted to help with the research, proof reading and references. The first of five volumes of The Diary of Virginia Woolf appeared, to huge critical acclaim, in This work was recognised by her two honorary degrees awarded by York and Sussex universities.
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Quentin had a studio there. But they had a new joint project. The house was purchased by Sussex University and was later given to the National Trust.
The Firle Estate agreed to sell the freehold and work began on restoring the house. This was followed by a lecture tour of America with Quentin and some of her co-stars; while in Washington DC, they stayed with Sir Nicholas Henderson, another child of Bloomsbury, at the British embassy. From its foundation until her death, Olivier continued to provide not only practical help but also invaluable advice on the arrangement and aesthetics of Charleston as it had been when occupied by Vanessa, Clive and Duncan.
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She replaced Quentin following his death in as a much-beloved trustee of the Strachey Trust, whose co-trustees unfailingly resisted her annual attempt to resign. You can find our Community Guidelines in full here. Want to discuss real-world problems, be involved in the most engaging discussions and hear from the journalists? Start your Independent Premium subscription today.
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