Standard Name: Ellis, Edith
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|Cultural formation||P. L. Travers||
The influence of Zen Buddhism is evident in PLT 's articles for Parabola. Influenced by the work of George Ivanovich Gurdjieff , and by Karlfried Graf Dürckheim , she developed an intellectual interest in Zen...
|Friends, Associates||Emma Frances Brooke||
EFB met Olive Schreiner either through the Fellowship of the New Life or the Men and Women's Club , where both were associates. Schreiner read but remained noncommittal about EFB 's unpublished paper, The Woman...
|Friends, Associates||Emmeline Pethick-Lawrence||
At the Working Girls' Club in the summer of 1892, EPL met the essayist and novelist Edith Ellis (wife of sexologist Havelock Ellis ). She admired Edith Ellis's unconventionality and freedom, and the two women...
|Literary responses||Henrik Ibsen||
Edith Ellis wrote later that this play made her and her friends breathless with excitement. Their debates over it were restive and impetuous and almost savage. They felt it was either the end of the...
According to Marsden, twelve to fifteen people were expected at this meeting but about a hundred attended. Meetings were open to male and female members and were held every two weeks, while chapters were also...
|politics||Harriet Shaw Weaver||
Also around 1912, HSW took out a subscription to A Weekly Feminist Review: The Freewoman. She soon joined the Freewoman Discussion Circle . In the discussion circle she heard a talk by Edith Ellis
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