Additional Resources for Eminent Victorians by Lytton Strachey

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Ferns, John, Lytton Strachey, Twayne, 1988.

This is a survey of Strachey's development as a writer in relation to his life. Ferns shows how Eminent Victorians grew out of Strachey's opposition to World War I, for which he held the late-Victorian generation responsible.

Iyengar, K. R. Srinivasa, Lytton Strachey: A Critical Study, Kennikat Press, 1967, pp. 52-61.

Iyengar surveys Strachey's work, praises his clarity of discernment and artistic sense, and regards him as an example for modern biographers to follow.

Kallich, Martin, The Psychological Milieu of Lytton Strachey, Bookman Associates, 1961.

This is an examination of Strachey's work in the light of Freudian psychoanalytical theories.

Whittemore, Reed, "Biography and Literature," in the Sewanee Review, Vol. 100, No. 3, Summer 1992, pp. 382-96.

Whittemore compares biographical or other works by Virginia Woolf, Sigmund Freud, Strachey, Patricia O'Toole, and Joanna L. Stratton, and shows the structural trends in the genre of biography.

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