Died: Jan. 21, 1932 - Hungerford, Berkshire, England
Educated at Trinity College, Cambridge, Strachey began writing reviews and criticism for The Spectator in London after graduation. There he also joined the literary Bloomsbury group of writers, artists and intellectuals. His first publication was Landmarks in French Literature (1912) and was followed by his best-known work, Emminent Victorians in 1918, which solidified his reputation as a biographer. His best work is undoubtedly Queen Victoria (1921). He also published Books and Characters (1922), Elizabeth and Essex (1928) and Portraits in Miniature (1931).
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