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John Maynard Keynes

1st Baron Keynes, CB, MA, FBA
 
Biographical Summary

Date of Birth

5th June 1883

Place of Birth

6 Harvey Road, Cambridge

Date of Death

21 April 1946

Place of Death

Firle, Sussex

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Vocation & Acclamations
Economist
Member of British Arts Council
Author

 

 

 

John Maynard Keynes by Duncan Grant

 

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Biographical Details

 

Personal Relationships
RelationshipNameDate - Period
FatherJohn Neville Keynes1852-1924
Mother Florence Ada Brown1861-1958
WifeLydia LopokovaMarried 1925
BrotherGeoffrey Keynes1887-1982
FriendLytton Strachey1880-1932
FriendLady Ottoline Morrell1873-1938
Friend David Garnett1892-1981
FriendVirginia Woolf1882-1941
FriendVanessa Bell1879-1961
FriendThoby Stephen 
FriendRoger Fry1866-1934
FriendSaxon Sydney-Turner 
FriendClive Bell1811-1964
Friend Leonard Woolf1880-1969
FriendDora Carrington1892-1932
FriendDuncan Grant1885-1978
FriendRupert Brooke 
FriendGoldsworthy  Lowes Dickinson 
FriendGeorge Mallory 
FriendG E Moore 
Student/BiographerR F Harrod 
Sister Margaret Neville Hill1885-1970
FriendGerald Shove1887-1947
FriendHugh Dalton 
FriendFrancis Birrell 
FriendBertrand Russell 
FriendDesmond MacCarthy1877-1952
Friend Katherine Cox 
FriendLudwig Wittenstein1889-1951
 FriendE M Forster 
FriendSheppard1881-1968
FriendJames Strachey1887-1967
FriendWHJ (Sebastian) Sprott1897-1971
FriendRaymond Mortimer 
FriendStephen Tomlin 
FriendPhilip Ritchie 
FriendRoger Senhouse 
FriendEdward Sackvillle-West 
FriendHarry Norton 
FriendKatherine Mansfield 
FriendMiddleton Murry 
FriendGeorge Rylands1902-
FriendSamuel Courtauld1876-1947
FriendRichard Kahn 
FriendHerbert Asquith1852-1928
   

 

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Locale
WhereWhyWhen
Perse School Kindergarten, CambridgePupil1890
St Faith's Preparatory School, CambridgeDay pupil1892

Eton

Pupil

King's College, Cambridge

Student

October 1902

46 Gordon Square, London

Residence

King's College, CambridgeFellow1909
Tilton, Firle, SussexResidence

 

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Oeuvre
TitleGenreDate - Edition
Indian Currency and Finance 1913
The Economic Consequences of the Peace 1919
A Treatise on Probability 1921
A Revision of the Treaty 1922
A Tract on Monetary Reform 1923
A Short View of Russia 1925
The End of Laissez-Faire 1926
A Treatise on Money (2 vols) 1930
Essays in Persuasion 1931
Essays in Biography 1933
The General Theory of Employment, Interest and Money 1936
   

 

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Biographical Details and Notes

Notes from his biography by R F Harrod, published London 1951, Macmillon & Co Ltd.  "No words can recapture the living essence. 

 

 

   
 

 

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