Adrian Stephen

Standard Name: Stephen, Adrian

Connections

Connections Sort descending Author name Excerpt
Family and Intimate relationships Ray Strachey
RS 's sister, Karin , was one of the first Freudian psychoanalysts.
Strachey, Barbara. Remarkable Relations: The Story of the Pearsall Smith Women. Universe Books, 1980.
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She became the first woman at Cambridge to receive a Star, or Distinction, in Philosophy.
Strachey, Barbara. Remarkable Relations: The Story of the Pearsall Smith Women. Universe Books, 1980.
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She married Adrian Stephen , Virginia Woolf 's younger brother.
Strachey, Barbara. Remarkable Relations: The Story of the Pearsall Smith Women. Universe Books, 1980.
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Family and Intimate relationships Virginia Woolf
Adrian (1883-1948) was the youngest Stephen child. After Vanessa's marriage he lived with Virginia at 29 Fitzroy Square, then moved with her to 38 Brunswick Square. Like Thoby, he studied at Trinity College, Cambridge ...
Friends, Associates Virginia Woolf
Early members of what VW called Old Bloomsbury (to distinguish the original members of the group from later additions) included Virginia and Vanessa Stephen , Leonard Woolf , Clive Bell , E. M. Forster ,...
Friends, Associates Virginia Woolf
The household in Brunswick Square comprised Virginia and Adrian Stephen , John Maynard Keynes , and Duncan Grant . On 4 December 1911 Leonard Woolf joined it.
Bishop, Edward. A Virginia Woolf Chronology. Macmillan, 1989.
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Friends, Associates Hope Mirrlees
Karin Costelloe later married Adrian Stephen , and thus became the sister-in-law of Virginia Woolf and Vanessa Bell .
Friends, Associates Mary Agnes Hamilton
One of Lee's beliefs, pronounced that evening, was: Patriotism . . . is the power to be ashamed of your country.
Hamilton, Mary Agnes. Remembering My Good Friends. Jonathan Cape, 1944.
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MAH credits Lady Ottoline with holding the pacifist movement together; many meetings took...
Friends, Associates Betty Miller
BM 's friends included Olivia Manning , Rosamond Lehmann , Stevie Smith , Inez Holden , Viola Meynell , and Eleanor Farjeon .
Miller, Sarah, and Betty Miller. “Introduction”. On the Side of the Angels, Virago, 1985, p. vii - xviii.
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In wartime she met and immediately took to Adrian Stephen ,...
Leisure and Society Virginia Woolf
Recruited to the plot at a late moment, Virginia Stephen (later VW ) participated in the Dreadnought Hoax organized by Adrian Stephen and Horace Cole .
Bishop, Edward. A Virginia Woolf Chronology. Macmillan, 1989.
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politics Virginia Woolf
Each meeting consisted of dinner, followed by an address from a speaker, followed by discussion. Speakers included E. M. Forster , Virginia's brother Adrian , and Ray Strachey . About a dozen working-class women attended...
politics Eva Gore-Booth
Gore-Booth and Roper described themselves as extreme pacifists.
Lewis, Gifford. Eva Gore-Booth and Esther Roper: A Biography. Pandora Press, 1988.
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Their work for the No-Conscription Fellowship (which was founded in early 1915 following a letter written by Fenner Brockway in November 1914) included travelling the...
Residence Virginia Woolf
Virginia Stephen (later VW ) moved to 29 Fitzroy Square to live with her surviving brother, Adrian . Vanessa and Clive Bell took over the former family home at 46 Gordon Square.
Bishop, Edward. A Virginia Woolf Chronology. Macmillan, 1989.
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Residence Virginia Woolf
Virginia Stephen (later VW ) moved again, from 29 Fitzroy Square to 38 Brunswick Square, with her brother Adrian and friends.
Bishop, Edward. A Virginia Woolf Chronology. Macmillan, 1989.
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Textual Features Betty Miller
BM wrote that the military hospital in this work (written in a wartime billet at Droitwich), was one that Emanuel Miller worked at. Her Major McRae was based on Adrian Stephen , Virginia Woolf
Travel Amabel Williams-Ellis
From the mid-1920s, AWE and her family took both short and extended sailing trips to such places as North Wales, Scotland, France, and later, Australia, New Zealand, and the Caribbean...
Travel Virginia Woolf
Virginia and Vanessa Stephen (later Woolf and Bell) and Violet Dickinson left England for Greece, where at Olympia on 13 September they met up with Thoby and Adrian Stephen .
Bishop, Edward. A Virginia Woolf Chronology. Macmillan, 1989.
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Timeline

After 18 February 1914
Leonard Woolf published his second novel, The Wise Virgins (which he had begun to write on his honeymoon). Quite different in genre from his first, it is a roman à clef reputedly presenting harsh caricatures...