The Selman-Troytt Commemoration The Selman-Troytt Commemoration Details of the published version of The Selman-Troytt Papers, which contains extensive additional material about Jeremy Selman-Troytt. Pub. by Old Street Publishing


The Context of Selman-Troytt's Life & Work

The factors that influenced Jeremy Selman-Troytt were many, and included his social and professional interactions, his romantic liaisons, and even the degree of his father's brutality. The public reception of his work was also very important to him, and did much to increase his confidence and allow him to converse with other adults even when unaccompanied by a manservant.

To discover more about the context in which Jeremy Selman-Troytt conducted his ground-breaking research, click any of the pictures below to see short biographies of persons who were significant within their spheres of influence.

Jeremy Selman-Troytt
       
       
       
Immediate
Family
  Friends &
Colleagues
  Romantic
Liaisons
  Corporate
Expansion
  Relatives &
Descendants
Jeremy's father, Josiah Selman-Troytt - ruthless head of a vast glazing empire
Josiah
  Jefferson Lemurre, soon to be admitted to hospital with an exploding liver
Lemurre
  Mary Fortinbras with her father
Mary
  The Baron
The Baron
  Jesse Selman-Troytt aka Foxy Fivestars
Jesse
Jeremy's mother, Lady Bethany Twirler, later Mrs Josiah Selman-Troytt
Bethany
  Jules Lenoir et femme shortly after treatment for seepage
The Lenoirs
  Kathleen O'Shaughnessy
Kathleen
  Vladimir Ilich Ulyanov - Lenin
Lenin
  Boise Gilpaste (son of Jesse Selman-Troytt) guarding his coconuts
Boise
Jeremy's Aunts
Aunts
  Count Alberto Castellini, convalescing in London
Castellini
  Lesley Carrington (see also 'Jocelyn Cartwright' in Friends Section)
Lesley
  Jacqueline 'Vera' Selman-Troytt
Jacqueline/'Vera'
  Critical Reception of Selman-Troytt's Works
Jeremy's sisters
Sisters
  Jocelyn Cartwright (see also 'Lesley Carrington' in Romance Section)
Cartwright
  Sylvia Lamont-Hughes with Jeremy's gift
Sylvia
  Siegfried von Deitememellinger
Deitememellinger
  Critical responses from Oscar Wilde, John Ruskin, The Glasgow Herald & The Spectator
Wilde, Ruskin etc
Jeremy's brother Jonah, with family, head of the 1st Triumvirate
Jonah
  Sir Henry Limpford de Rochefoucauld-Newbury
Newbury
  Lucinda Purefoy-McKinlay with her African Grey parrots
Lucinda
  Albert de Montfort et fille
de Montfort
  Critical responses from The Times and The Belfast Echo
Times, Belfast Echo
Jeremy's brothers, John and Jonas, members of the 1st Triumvirate
John & Jonas
  Professor Miles Stanleyson
Stanleyson
           
Jeremy's brother, Jonty, fresh from intercourse
Jonty
               
                 



 
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