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Strachey

(ˈstreɪtʃɪ)
n
(Biography) (Giles) Lytton. 1880–1932, English biographer and critic, best known for Eminent Victorians (1918) and Queen Victoria (1921)

Stra•chey

(ˈstreɪ tʃi)

n.
(Giles) Lytton, 1880–1932, English biographer and literary critic.
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Noun1.Strachey - English biographer and leading member of the Bloomsbury Group (1880-1932)Strachey - English biographer and leading member of the Bloomsbury Group (1880-1932)
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Paul's, the good "rabbi" would share the insights of his brilliant jurisprudential mind with Jacobean England's intelligentsia; here, the Inner Temple legalist argued over bitters with the playwright Ben Jonson (who called his friend the "Monarch of Letters"), or heard from William Strachey about the dramatic crash of the Sea Adventurer off the coast of Bermuda.
1946: Labour minister of food John Strachey announced that bread would be rationed, with the greatest allowance going to manual workers in heavy industry.
Forster, John Maynard Keynes, Clive Bell, Lytton Strachey and Duncan Grant.
1946: Labour minister of food John Strachey announced that bread would be rationed (pictured), with the greatest allowance going to manual workers in heavy industry.
Dejando a un lado a Plutarco, el gran maestro de biografos, y enfocandonos en lo que se conoce como la "biografia moderna," los nombres de Lytton Strachey, Victoria Wolf, Harold Nicolson y Leon Edel, todos ellos biografos, se cuentan entre los mas relevantes.
Even Strachey's pearl is itself multidirectional, for he mentions that some of their men on the island of Bermuda have fished for pearls "(which some say, and I believe well, [are] as good there as in any of their other Indian islands)"; William Strachey, "A True Reportory," in Edward Wright Haile, Jamestown Narratives: Eyewitness Accounts of the Virginia Colony, the First Decade, 1607-1617 (Champlain, VA: Roundhouse, 1998), 394.
The center also has extensive holdings of materials related to Leonard Woolf, Ottoline Morrell, Mary Hutchinson, Lytton Strachey, Dora Carrington, E.
But the rebellious crowd, with others including writers Lytton Strachey (Ed Birch) and David Garnett (Ben Lloyd Hughes), get on like a house on fire, and decide to meet up and put the world to rights.
Su examen de las vicisitudes historicas planteadas por Ulysses desemboca en el caos de la Guerra Civil; el tercer capitulo, "Lytton Strachey and La Nueva Biografia in Spain: Avant-garde Literature, the New Liberalism, and the Ruins of the Nineteenth Century," realiza una lectura intertextual de las biografias en Eminent Victorians de Strachey y el Duque de Osuna de Marichalar, resaltando el uso imaginativo de la "nueva biografia" para reescribir el pasado.
John Maynard Keynes (1883-1946) was 31 years old when World War One began and Giles Lytton Strachey (1880-1932) was three years his senior.
Based on the like-titled 1932 novella by Julia Strachey, this first feature from director Donald Rice relies on randomly cued flashbacks to establish the simmering passion of possible bride Dolly Thatcham (Felicity Jones) and her handsome former lover, Joseph (Luke Treadaway), who has come to the nuptials in hopes of rekindling an old flame.
Mae''n rhyfeddol meddwl pwy fu''r cwmni fu''n eistedd arnynt - E M Forster, Vita Sackville-West, Lytton Strachey, Aldous Huxley, Maynard Keynes a T S Eliot.