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Twentieth-century translator and biographer Una Troubridge is best remembered for her numerous translations from the French and Italian, and for her biography of her lover of twenty-eight years, the writer Radclyffe Hall. Una Troubridge also published papers on Spiritualism for the Proceedings of the Society for Psychical Research of which she was a member. She kept a daily diary throughout her life.
8 March 1887 Margot Elena Gertrude Taylor (later UT) was born in Kensington. She had one elder sister, named Viola. Bibliographic Citation link.
By 31 January 1918 UT collaborated with Radclyffe Hall on the first part of a research paper, "On a Series of Sittings with Mrs. Osborne Leonard". Hall now delivered it to a private council of Society for Psychical Research members. Bibliographic Citation link.
By 8 December 1961 UT published her biography, The Life and Death of Radclyffe Hall, which she had finished writing by 19 February 1945. Bibliographic Citation link.
24 September 1963 UT died in Rome of liver cancer. Bibliographic Citation link.
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