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  1. Thoby Stephen. Julian Thoby Stephen (9 September 1880 – 20 November 1906), known as the Goth, was the brother of Vanessa Bell and Virginia Woolf, both prominent members of the Bloomsbury Group, and of Adrian Stephen . Thoby Stephen was the eldest son of Leslie Stephen and Julia Prinsep Stephen.

  2. 8 de jul. de 2020 · Thoby Stephen, Virginia’s eldest brother, had been infected with typhoid. The letter Virginia wrote the day he died was to Violet Dickinson, who had accompanied the Stephens on their trip. She,...

  3. Julian Thoby Stephen, the eldest son of Leslie Stephen and Julia Princep Duckworth, was born at Hyde Park Gate, Kensington, in September 1880. His mother had three children from a previous marriage: George Duckworth (1868–1934), Stella Duckworth (1869–1897), and Gerald Duckworth (1870–1937). Thoby had a a brother and two sisters: Vanessa ...

  4. 22 de mar. de 2011 · Death of father Leslie STEPHEN (aged 72) 20 Nov 1906. 26. Thoby Prinsep STEPHEN died. Note 2. Note 1: death was premature, devastated Leslie, had influenza less than 2 mo before death. Note 2: early death, died "quiet and courageous" after being operated on (Lee 226)

  5. › people › 40e64a5f-93cf-44ddThoby Stephen | Orlando

    Virginia's elder brother, Thoby (1880-1906), was confident, talented, charming, and very important to her. At Trinity College, Cambridge , he developed a circle of friends who were to be the core of the Bloomsbury Group... Virginia Stephen flirted mildly with and received proposals from a number of men, all Cambridge contemporaries of her ...

  6. translated to the texts that her brother Thoby Stephen inscribed at Clifton College and Cambridge University. These volumes, now in Virginia and Leonard Woolf’s library at Washington State University, shaped the academic landscape that Jacob inhabited. Beginning with the genre of the textbook, the books in Woolf’s library

  7. 7 de out. de 2023 · Para os jovens Apóstolos – Keynes, Strachey e Leonard Woolf, além de seu amigo Thoby Stephen (irmão mais velho de Virginia) – isso significava ingressar ou formar clubes como a Midnight Society, que se reunia todos os sábados tarde da noite para ler as grandes obras da literatura inglesa, em voz alta, até o amanhecer.