Florence Bell

Standard Name: Bell, Florence
Used Form: Florence, Lady Bell
Used Form: Florence Olliffe


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Family and Intimate relationships Gertrude Bell
GB 's father , a widower for about five years, married novelist and playwright Florence Olliffe .
Wallach, Janet. Desert Queen. Nan A. Talese/Doubleday.
Winstone, Harry Victor Frederick. Gertrude Bell. J. Cape.
Friends, Associates Elizabeth Robins
ER 's first few years in London brought her into contact with several important literary and theatre figures, including Henry James , Oscar Wilde , actor-manager Herbert Beerbohm Tree , and actress Ellen Terry ...
Performance of text Elizabeth Robins
Alan's Wife, a play written by ER and Florence Bell , was produced by J. T. Grein 's Independent Theatre ; it was published by Henry and Co. the same year.
John, Angela V. Elizabeth Robins: Staging a Life, 1862-1952. Routledge.
87, 243
Textual Production Gertrude Bell
GB 's letters were published posthumously in two volumes as The Letters of Gertrude Bell; they were edited by her stepmother, Florence, Lady Bell .
Brothers, Barbara, and Julia Gergits, editors. Dictionary of Literary Biography 174. Gale Research.
174: 4
OCLC WorldCat. http://www.oclc.org/firstsearch/content/worldcat/. Accessed 1999.
Textual Production Elizabeth De la Pasture
Other women among the signatories were Florence Bell , Elizabeth Robins , and Margaret Louisa Woods . The letter asserts that the entire group were to be received by the Prime Minister, Sir Henry Campbell-Bannerman
Textual Production Elizabeth Robins
Robins had approached Heinemann in August 1892 with the suggestion that she co-translate the play with Florence Bell , but William Archer discouraged her on the grounds that it would emphasize [her] Ibsen proclivities.
John, Angela V. Elizabeth Robins: Staging a Life, 1862-1952. Routledge.


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Bell, Florence, and Elizabeth Robins. Alan’s Wife. Henry, 1893.
Bell, Gertrude. The Letters of Gertrude Bell. Editor Bell, Florence, E. Benn.