Pernel Strachey

Standard Name: Strachey, Pernel
Used Form: (Joan) Pernel Strachey


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Family and Intimate relationships Dorothy Bussy
(Joan) Pernel Strachey (1876-1951) was Tutor, Lecturer in Modern Languages, Vice-Principal, and then from 1923 to 1941 Principal of Newnham College . She hosted Virginia Woolf in October 1928 when Woolf addressed the Newnham Arts Society
Family and Intimate relationships Dorothy Bussy
Simon Bussy , Dorothy's future husband, was born Albert Bussy in 1870, at Dole in the Jura, which he left in 1886. He arrived in Paris in 1896, where he studied at the Académie Carmen
Family and Intimate relationships Julia Strachey
Another aunt, Pernel Strachey , was Principal of Newnham College (one of Cambridge 's two colleges for women) from 1923 to 1941.
Hussey, Mark. Virginia Woolf A to Z. Facts on File.
Family and Intimate relationships Amabel Williams-Ellis
Amabel Strachey had a long roster of talented, accomplished relations by birth and marriage. Within her own generation her cousins or cousins by marriage included the writers Lytton Strachey , Ray Strachey , and Dorothy Bussy
Friends, Associates Elizabeth Jenkins
Pernel Strachey was then Principal of Newnham. EJ , as secretary of the college literary society, was privileged to invite Edith Sitwell to address the society, and to meet and entertain the great poet.
Jenkins, Elizabeth. The View from Downshire Hill. Michael Johnson.
Friends, Associates Elizabeth Jenkins
Having met Edith Sitwell when she was an undergraduate (an acquaintance which she later kept up) EJ was asked by Pernel Strachey when she left Newnham whether she would like an invitation to Leonard and...
Leisure and Society Dorothy Bussy
Pontigny was a regular gathering place of European and British intellectuals. Pernel and Pippa Strachey also attended sessions there during the summer of 1922, though possibly not at the same time as DB .
Occupation Dorothy Bussy
After Marie Souvestre moved Les Ruches to England (renaming it Allenswood and locating it in Wimbledon Park, near London), Dorothy Strachey became one of her staff at this new incarnation of her own old...
politics Virginia Woolf
Virginia's work consisted mainly of addressing envelopes, and she committed herself only to some weeks of this at the beginning and end of 1910. But she was also associated with the National Union of Women's Suffrage Societies
Textual Production Virginia Woolf
She travelled with Vanessa and Angelica Bell to Cambridge, where she stayed with Pernel Strachey , Principal of Newnham.


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