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Kenwin un film /

Kenwin: The Villa Kenwin, built by Hermann Henselmann in 1930-1931, was home to Kenneth Macpherson, filmmaker, and Winifred Ellerman (Bryer) who entertained the poet H.D. (Hilda Doolittle-Aldington) and her daughter Perdita. Built as a modernist utopia, the villa exemplifies the life of a social world. Through tours of the villa and with correspondence between H.D., Bryer, and Macpherson, the past is revisited.

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  • "Kenwin: The Villa Kenwin, built by Hermann Henselmann in 1930-1931, was home to Kenneth Macpherson, filmmaker, and Winifred Ellerman (Bryer) who entertained the poet H.D. (Hilda Doolittle-Aldington) and her daughter Perdita. Built as a modernist utopia, the villa exemplifies the life of a social world. Through tours of the villa and with correspondence between H.D., Bryer, and Macpherson, the past is revisited."@en
  • "Borderline: A Negro woman's affair with a married white man causes his wife to go mad and re-enforces the townspeople's prejudice against Negroes."@en

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