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  1. 16 de nov. de 2022 · Leslie Stephen (1832–1904), the founding Editor of the Dictionary of National Biography, was one of the leading literary figures of the nineteenth century. Stephen, the father of artist Vanessa Bell and writer Virginia Woolf, began his career writing for London publications before being appointed Editor of The Cornhill Magazine in 1881.

  2. 这导致邀请莱斯利·斯蒂芬(Leslie Stephen)的母亲斯蒂芬(Stephen)夫人(Lady Stephen)拜访姐妹。他们还在汉普斯特德的乔治·默里·史密斯(George Murray Smith)的房子见面。 Minny和Leslie于1866年12月4日订婚,并于1867年6月19日结婚。

  3. Leslie Stephen. Sir Leslie Stephen ( Londra, 28 novembre 1832 – Londra, 22 febbraio 1904) è stato un critico letterario, filosofo e alpinista britannico, padre di Vanessa Bell e Virginia Woolf, fratello del giurista e politologo James Fitzjames Stephen. Fu autore e primo editore dell' Oxford Dictionary of National Biography .

  4. 23 de out. de 2020 · Note 12 Leslie Stephen, “Carlyle's Ethics,” Hours in a Library (London: Smith and Elder, 1892), iii, 293–94.As Leonard Woolf has noted, Carlyle shifted the study of history to “how men lived and had their being”—that is, to knowledge of the ordinary lives of ordinary people—and Stephen approved of this Carlyle trait too.

  5. 28 de nov. de 2023 · Quando uscì “The playground of Europe” Leslie Stephen era ormai alla fine delle sue “scorribande” nelle Alpi. Così le chiamò Edward Whymper, un altro grande alpinista contemporaneo di Stephen, nel titolo di “Scrambles amongst the Alps” (“Le mie scorribande nelle Alpi”), uscito nello stesso 1871, dove il primo salitore del Cervino (14 luglio 1865) ebbe il coraggio di ...

  6. Sir Leslie holds a unique place in our literary and cultural history as a distinguished man of letters, and especially as the first editor of the Dictionary of National Biography and the author of as many as 378 of its original biographies (see Lee). He is well known too because he features in the work and biographies of his even more famous ...

  7. Author and mountaineer Sir Leslie Stephen (1832–1904) developed a passion for the Alps following his first trip to the Bavarian Tyrol in 1855. He went on to achieve several first ascents of Alpine peaks, earning him a reputation as one of the foremost alpinists in Britain.