Person    | Male  Born 1880  Died 1932

Lytton Strachey

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Lytton Strachey

Critic and biographer. Born Giles Lytton Strachey. At Cambridge he joined The Apostles. Was a prominent conscientious objector in WW1.

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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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Lytton Strachey

Greater London Council Lytton Strachey, 1880 - 1932, critic and biographer, ...

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Winifred Darch

Winifred Darch

Author and teacher. Born in Brighton. A prolific writer of novels, mainly for girls. From 1906 to 1935, she worked as a teacher and housemistress at the High School for Girls, Loughton. We cannot f...

Person, Education, Literature

1 memorial
Wilkie Collins

Wilkie Collins

Writer of thriller novels such as The Woman in White, The Moonstone. Born 11 New Cavendish Street. A great friend of Charles Dickens, to the extent that they grew beards together. Died at home in 8...

Person, Literature

2 memorials
The Day of the Triffids

The Day of the Triffids

A novel by John Wyndham. Most of the world's population has been blinded by a freak meteorite shower. Those who remain sighted have to face the added problem of dealing with the triffids which have...

Fiction, Literature

1 memorial
Flower Fairy Books

Flower Fairy Books

A series of books created by the illusrator Cicely Mary Barker. The first one was published in 1923

Fiction, Art, Literature

1 memorial
Charles Lamb

Charles Lamb

Born at 2 Crown Office Row, Inner Temple. Studied at Christ's Hospital where he became friends with Samuel Taylor Coleridge. "Elia" is the pseudonym Lamb used for a series of essays he wrote for th...

Person, Literature

7 memorials