Standard Name: Bell, Gertrude
Birth Name: Gertrude Margaret Lowthian Bell
Middle East, especially Syria, Turkey, and present-day Iraq., who began publishing in the late nineteenth century, became well-known in the early twentieth century as a writer of popular travel narratives. She also wrote books on archeological and political topics, and she was most unusually qualified by experience for political writing and archeology. All of her work concerns the
Bell, Gertrude. Amurath to Amurath. W. Heinemann, 1911.
Bell, Gertrude. Gertrude Bell: The Arabian Diaries, 1913-1914. Editor O’Brien, Rosemary, Syracuse University Press, 2000.
Bell, Gertrude. Notes on a Journey through Cilicia and Lycaonia. 1906.
Bell, Gertrude. Palace and Mosque at Ukhaidir. Clarendon Press, 1914.
Bell, Gertrude et al. Persian Pictures. Ernest Benn, 1928.
Hafiz,. Poems from the Divan of Hafiz. Translator Bell, Gertrude, Heinemann, 1897.
Ross, E. Denison et al. “Preface”. Teachings of Hafiz, translated by. Gertrude Bell and Gertrude Bell, Octagon, 1979, pp. 19-33.
Graham-Brown, Sarah, and Gertrude Bell. “Preface”. The Desert and the Sown, Virago, 1985, p. v - xviii.
Bell, Gertrude. Review of the Civil Administration of Mesopotamia. His Majesty’s Stationery Office, 1920.
Bell, Gertrude. Safar Nameh—Persian Pictures. R. Bentley and Son, 1894.
Bell, Gertrude. The Arab of Mesopotamia. Published by the Superintendant, Government Press, 1917.
Bell, Gertrude, and Sir Kinahan Cornwallis. The Arab War. Golden Cockerel Press, 1940.
Bell, Gertrude. The Desert and the Sown. W. Heinemann, 1907.
Bell, Gertrude. The Earlier Letters of Gertrude Bell. Editor Richmond, Elsa, Ernest Benn, 1937.
Bell, Gertrude. The Letters of Gertrude Bell. Editor Bell, Florence, E. Benn.
Bell, Gertrude, and Sir William Mitchell Ramsay. The Thousand and One Churches. Hodder and Stoughton, 1909.