Florence Farr entry: Overview screen.
By early May 1910
FF published a feminist treatise, Modern Woman: Her Intentions
, summoning woman "to awake from her long sleep and come into her kingdom," and proclaiming that "[t]his is to be the Woman's Century."
By July 1912
Late in her career FF published a second novel, The Solemnization of Jacklin: Some Adventures on the Search for Reality
, whose heroine gives birth to a mystical child derived from the writing of Yeats
29 April 1917
FF died in Ceylon
of breast cancer which had spread to her lungs.