I'm very interested in your thoughts about Follett's influence on the Bloomsbury Group. When first learning about Follett (for me, 1989), there was so little out I followed every lead, even got a small grant from the Ella Lyman Cabot Foundation to trace Follett's steps in London as a girl and later when she lived with Dame Katharine Furse, who was a girlhood friend of Virginia Woolf. Dame Katharine was amazing!
I took I considered a fascinating side trip along the way, reading all about Furse's father, John Addington Symonds, and so on. What an amazing time and group. But, I guess I wasn't looking for Follett's influence upon the group, just her connection through Furse. I would love to hear more about your thoughts on this idea, which would be a cool twist to explore. Most of my "discoveries" have come from following down intuitive leads, so I find them fruitful, even when they lead to something a little different than I was looking for