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  1. Stephen James Napier Tennant (21 April 1906 – 28 February 1987) was a British socialite known for his decadent, eccentric lifestyle. [1] [2] He was a central member of the socialite group referred to as "Bright Young Things" by the tabloid press of the time.

  2. STEPHEN TENNANT. Stephen James Napier Tennant, born 21 April 1906, was a British artist, poet and socialite known for his decadent lifestyle and vivid illustrations. At his peak he was called "the brightest" of the Bright Young People, a nickname given by the tabloid press to a group of Bohemian young aristocrats and socialites in 1920s London.

  3. 12 de mai. de 2020 · The Great Writer Who Never Wrote. By Emma Garman. May 12, 2020. Arts & Culture. Stephen Tennants letters, thought Stephen Spender, were “the essence of English retention—objects for private consumption, deluxe samizdats.”. Tennant also wrote poems, painted pictures, and worked on a novel, never to be completed.

  4. Two Stories by Stephen Tennant. “These two stories by Tennant were printed by Elysium Press, which began in 1980 and often prints writings that are out of print or out of fashion, with a focus on the works of gay writers which "have been neglected or overlooked by the commercial trade" (per the Elysium Press website).

  5. ABOUT. Stephen-tennant.org is a research project dedicated to the life and work of Stephen James Napier Tennant, a British artist, poet and socialite known for his decadent lifestyle and vivid illustrations.

  6. 3 de fev. de 1991 · By Philip Hoare. Illustrated. 463 pp. New York: Hamish Hamilton/Viking. $29.95. In 1910, when Stephen Tennant was 4 years old, he ran through the gardens of his family's Wiltshire estate,...

  7. 7 de jan. de 1992 · Paperback. $39.95 14 Used from $14.92. Stephen Tennant died intestate in 1987, aged 80, and has become a cult figure. He appears in numerous biographies about the 1920s and 1930s and he was the model for Cedric Hampton in "Love in a Cold Climate" by Nancy Mitford.

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