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Dora Carrington (Character)
from Carrington (1995)

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Carrington -- Carrington is the true story of the tragic relationship between the English painter, Dora Carrington and writer, Lytton Strachey. Between the First World War and the early 1930's, they experimented with a way of life beyond the conventional standards of their time, a life which broke all the taboos of society of their desire to live as freely and honestly as they could. They acknowledged openly what most of us are aware of but still reluctant to discuss: that a great many differences can exist between spiritual love and physical desire.
Carrington -- The story of the relationship between painter Dora Carrington and author Lytton Strachey in a World War One England of cottages and countryside...

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  1. South from Granada (2003) Played by Jessica Kate Meyer
    ... aka "Al sur de Granada" - Spain (original title)

  2. Carrington (1995) Played by Emma Thompson

  3. Mark Gertler: Fragments of a Biography (1981) Played by Suzanne Burden

  4. "A Picture of Katherine Mansfield"
        - Episode #1.4 (1973) TV episode, Played by Helen Blatch (as Carrington)

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From Carrington (1995)
Lytton Strachey: I tend to be impulsive in these matters like the time I asked Virginia Woolf to marry me.
Dora Carrington: She turned you down?
Lytton Strachey: No, she accepted. It was ghastly.
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