Person    | Male  Born 1881  Died 1964

Clive Bell

Categories: Literature

Art critic and writer, married Vanessa Stephen, sister of Virginia Woolf.

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Clive Bell

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Bloomsbury Group - Gordon Square

Here and in neighbouring houses during the first half of the 20th century the...

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Muses - Bacchus

Clive Bell as Bacchus, god of wine, parties, the theatre and general fun/mayh...

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Hayes Literary Society

Hayes Literary Society

We can find little about this group but they were very active in 1992  re. Orwell.

Group, Community / Clubs, Literature

1 memorial
James Hadley Chase

James Hadley Chase

Thriller writer. Born at the site of the plaque as René Lodge Brabazon Raymond. Under various pseudonyms, he wrote ninety novels, fifty of which were made into films. Died in Corseaux-sur-Vevey, Sw...

Person, Literature, Switzerland

1 memorial
Lord Leslie  Haden-Guest

Lord Leslie Haden-Guest

Born Oldham. Author, journalist, doctor and member of parliament. Served in the Royal Army Medical Corps in the Boer War, WW1 and WW2, winning a Military Cross. First Jewish Labour Party candidat...

Person, Journalism / Publishing, Literature, Medicine, Politics & Administration

1 memorial
Fanny Kemble

Fanny Kemble

Actress. Born Newman Street. 1830 a witness at the death of Huskisson. 1832 travelled to America with her father and wrote about her experiences there. Married an American who inherited a fortune i...

Person, Literature, Race Issues, Theatre, USA

1 memorial
Doves Bindery

Doves Bindery

The Doves Press in Hammersmith was founded in 1900 by Thomas Cobden-Sanderson in partnership with Emery Walker and was named after the nearby pub.  Sanderson had already set up The Doves Bindery in...

Place, Commerce, Literature

2 memorials