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Virginia Woolf: An Introduction. The Stephen Family. 22 Hyde Park Gate (1882-1904). Talland House, Godrvey Lighthouse, St. Ives,Cornwall. Deaths, Marriages, and Breakdowns. 1895 (13) death of Julia Stephen (Mother)

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22 hyde park gate 1882 1904
22 Hyde Park Gate (1882-1904)
deaths marriages and breakdowns
Deaths, Marriages, and Breakdowns
  • 1895 (13) death of Julia Stephen (Mother)
    • possible suicide attempt; 1st breakdown
  • 1897 (15) death of Stella Duckworth (older half-sister)
  • 1904 (22) death of Leslie Stephen (father)
    • 2nd serious breakdown; suicide attempt
  • 1906 (24) Thoby (brother) dies typhoid on trip to Greece wi sisters
  • 1907 (25) Vanessa marries Clive Bell
  • 1912 (30) Feb-- 2 wks in nursing home; May, LW proposes; VO finished; marries Leonard Woolf, 10 August
  • 1913 (31) V Out accepted for publication
    • delayed b/c breakdown & suicide attempt
  • 1914 War declared Aug. 4
  • 1915 (33) VO published; begins Diary; take Hogarth house & buy press
    • Feb & March, nursing home
bloomsbury connections
Cambridge Connections

Adrian and Thoby Stephen

Lytton Strachey Maynard Keynes Desmond (& Molly) McCarthy

Saxon Sydney-Turner

Leonard Woolf

E.M. Forster

Art Connections

Roger Frye

Clive Bell (Cambridge)

Duncan Grant (Strachey)

Bloomsbury Connections
g e moore who taught several of the bloomsbury men at cambridge university
G. E. Moore (who taught several of the Bloomsbury men at Cambridge University)
  • "By far the most valuable things which we know or can imagine are certain states of consciousness, which may roughly be described as the pleasures of human intercourse and the enjoyment of beautiful objects."