Standard Name: Russell, Dora
Birth Name: Dora Winifred Black
Married Name: Dora Winifred Russell
Titled: Dora Winifred, Countess Russell
'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.
Russell, Dora, and Bertrand Russell. “Art and Education”. The Practice and Theory of Bolshevism, Allen and Unwin, 1920.
Russell, Dora. Hypatia; or, Woman and Knowledge. Kegan Paul, 1925.
Russell, Dora. In Defence of Children. H. Hamilton, 1932.
Russell, Dora. The Dora Russell Reader. Editor Spender, Dale, Pandora, 1983.
Russell, Bertrand, and Dora Russell. The Prospects of Industrial Civilization. Allen and Unwin, 1923.
Russell, Dora. The Religion of the Machine Age. Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1983.
Russell, Dora. The Right To Be Happy. G. Routledge and Sons, 1927.
Russell, Dora. The Soul of Russia and the Body of America. Open Head, 1982.
Russell, Dora. The Tamarisk Tree 2: My School and the Years of War. Virago, 1980.
Russell, Dora. The Tamarisk Tree 3 : Challenge to the Cold War. Virago, 1985.
Russell, Dora. The Tamarisk Tree: My Quest for Liberty and Love. G. P. Putnam’s Sons, 1975.
Russell, Dora. The Tamarisk Tree: My Quest for Liberty and Love. Pemberton, 1975.