Strachey, Barbara. Remarkable Relations: The Story of the Pearsall Smith Women. Universe Books, 1980.
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|Family and Intimate relationships||Dorothy Bussy|
|Family and Intimate relationships||Julia Strachey|
|Family and Intimate relationships||Ray Strachey|
|Friends, Associates||Julia Strachey|
|Friends, Associates||Julia Strachey||
JS was at Brackenhurst in 1911 when her father, Oliver , married his second wife, feminist author and activist Ray Costelloe Strachey .
Julia admired her new stepmother but was not close to the couple.
Blain, Virginia, Patricia Clements, and Isobel Grundy, editors. The Feminist Companion to Literature in English: Women Writers from the Middle Ages to the Present. Yale University Press; Batsford, 1990.
Hussey, Mark. Virginia Woolf A to Z. Facts on File, 1995.
Strachey, Julia, and Frances Partridge. Julia: A Portrait of Julia Strachey. Little, Brown, 1983.
|Author summary||Ray Strachey||
Though RS published three novels between 1907 and 1927 (and a volume of history in collaboration with her husband ), most of her writing is non-fictional and reflects her deep commitment to women's suffrage, women's...
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RS and her husband together wrote and published with the Clarendon Press a book of Indian history, Keigwin 's Rebellion (1683-4): an Episode in the History of Bombay.
Fiaher, Herbert Albert Laurens. “Keigwin’s Rebellion”. Times Literary Supplement, No. 761, p. 387.
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