Ella Maillart. http://www.ellamaillart.ch/index_en.php.
Ella K. Maillart
Standard Name: Maillart, Ella K.
Birth Name: Ella Katherine Maillart
Self-constructed Name: Ella K. Maillart
[w]riter and journalist through necessity, photographer by predilection.was a Swiss traveller whose website calls her
She published five books about her journeys, three books of reminiscence, and numerous newspaper and magazine articles. Collections of her photographs appeared later in her life and posthumously. She latterly wrote and published in English. Although she lived for all but six years of the twentieth century, her writing career was relatively short, since she chose to abandon it in order to pursue a life of personal enlightenment.
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Maillart, Ella K. ’Ti-Puss. Heinemann, 1951.
Maillart, Ella K. Cruises & Caravans. J. M. Dent and Sons, 1942.
Maillart, Ella K. Forbidden Journey. Translator McGreevy, Thomas, W. Heinemann, 1937.
Maillart, Ella K. Gypsy Afloat. W. Heinemann, 1942.
Russell, Mary, and Ella K. Maillart. “Introduction”. The Cruel Way, Virago, 1986.
Maillart, Ella K. The Cruel Way. W. Heinemann, 1947.
Maillart, Ella K. The Cruel Way. Virago, 1986.
Maillart, Ella K. The Land of the Sherpas. Hodder and Stoughton, 1955.
Maillart, Ella K. Turkestan Solo. Translator Rodker, John, Putnam, 1934.