Dora Russell

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DR 's publications, which span a large stretch of the twentieth century, are closely linked to her feminist, pacifist, and other political activisms. She wrote social criticism (books and essays), poetry, plays, and remarkable memoirs.
Black and white photograph of Dora Russell, seated in an upholstered armchair in front of a fireplace: the mantlepiece has several ornaments on it. She is wearing a long, horizontally-striped dress with long sleeves and a full pleated skirt. Her dark hair is partly pulled back, with a few curls framing her face.
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Milestones

3 April 1894
Dora Winifred Black (later Russell ) was born at 1 Mount Villas, Luna Road, Thornton Heath, near Croydon in Surrey.
Matthew, Henry Colin Gray, Brian Harrison, and Lawrence Goldman, editors. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.
July 1975
DR 's first volume of memoirs appeared: The Tamarisk Tree: My Quest for Liberty and Love. Later came The Tamarisk Tree 2: My School and the Years of War, 1980, and The Tamarisk Tree 3: Challenge to the Cold War, 1985.
British Books in Print. J. Whitaker and Sons, 1987.
1976
OCLC WorldCat.
31 May 1986
DR died after a series of strokes at Carn Voel, her home in Porthcurno, Cornwall.
Contemporary Authors. Gale Research, 1962.
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Biography

Birth

3 April 1894
Dora Winifred Black (later Russell ) was born at 1 Mount Villas, Luna Road, Thornton Heath, near Croydon in Surrey.
Matthew, Henry Colin Gray, Brian Harrison, and Lawrence Goldman, editors. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.