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  1. Dorothy Bussy (née Strachey; 24 July 1865 – 1 May 1960) was an English novelist and translator, close to the Bloomsbury Group. Family background and childhood [ edit ] Graystone Bird (1862–1943), albumen print/NPG x13111.

  2. Dorothy Bussy (née Strachey) was the daughter of famed British soldier and colonial administrator Sir Richard Strachey, and his wife Lady Jane Strachey, an author and a supporter of woman's suffrage.

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    • May 1, 1960
    • July 24, 1865
  3. 1 de jun. de 2024 · Overview. Dorothy Bussy. (1865—1960) translator and author. Quick Reference. (1866–1960), British novelist and translator. Sister of Lytton Strachey, friend and translator of André Gide, Strachey would merit no more than a footnote in literary history were it not for ...

  4. orlando.cambridge.org › people › c6a6096e-a8bf-4133Dorothy Bussy | Orlando

    Dorothy Bussy. As a writer DB is best known for Olivia, her immensely successful, anonymous or rather pseudonymous, autobiographical novel, published in 1949, about a young girl's development at a French boarding school in the later nineteenth century.

  5. Edição Inglês | por Bussy Dorothy Tr. | 1 jan. 2019. Encadernado em couro. Nenhuma opção de compra em destaque. R$ 1.773,00 (1 nova oferta)

  6. 10 de mar. de 2023 · Like her novel, Dorothy Bussy née Strachey (1865–1960) was a woman who existed on the margins. As the sister of successful biographer Lytton Strachey, she associated with the bohemian Bloomsbury group in the early twentieth century, but she was never fully integrated into it.

  7. Dorothy Bussy has 26 books on Goodreads with 24227 ratings. Dorothy Bussys most popular book is The Immoralist.