Clara Codd

Standard Name: Codd, Clara
Birth Name: Clara Margaret Codd
Used Form: Clara M. Codd
Clara Codd 's career in print spanned fifty years. Beginning in 1916 with her Theosophy for Very Little Children, she was a prolific writer of Theosophical texts. She also wrote poetry and an autobiography. She published for audiences of all ages, her most notable works being her edition of Madame Blavatsky 's The Key to Theosophy, her interpretation of Pataňjali's Yoga Sutras and her autobiography. Her work was rarely reviewed.
Monochrome studio portrait of Clara Codd, c. 1910. She is standing behind a table, a book in her left hand. She has a neutral expression, and wears a dark dress with white detail around the sleeves and on the lower half of the bodice, as well as a long bead necklace.
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30 October 1909
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