Isabelle Eberhardt

Standard Name: Eberhardt, Isabelle

Connections

Connections Sort descending Author name Excerpt
Intertextuality and Influence Cecily Mackworth
CM thanks various scholars, contacts, and elderly people who have given me the benefit of their personal reminiscences.
Mackworth, Cecily. The Destiny of Isabelle Eberhardt. Routledge and Paul, 1951.
8
It was, she says, a copy of Eberhardt 's Dans l'Ombre chaude de l'Islam, offered...
Literary Setting Timberlake Wertenbaker
Its protagonist is the nineteenth-century traveller and adventurer Isabelle Eberhardt , who cross-dressed for her explorations of traditional, Islamic, nomad Arab cultures.
Cecily Mackworth 's carefully-researched The Destiny of Isabelle Eberhardt, 1951, was reprinted in 1985.
Textual Production Cecily Mackworth
Cecily Mackworth published another biography, The Destiny of Isabelle Eberhardt, about an intrepid Victorian traveller in Arab lands.
Dated from the Bodleian Library acquisition stamp.
Solo: Search Oxford University Libraries Online.
Sheridan, Anthony. “Obituary: Cecily Mackworth”. Guardian Unlimited.
Travel Cecily Mackworth
Researching the footsteps of the nineteenth-century Swiss-Armenian explorer and cross-dresser Isabelle Eberhardt took CM first to Geneva, then to Algiers.
Sheridan, Anthony. “Obituary: Cecily Mackworth”. Guardian Unlimited.

Timeline

1908
Two books by the multicultural explorer Isabelle Eberhardt were posthumously published at Paris: Dans l'ombre chaude de l'Islam and Notes de route. Maroc, Algérie, Tunisie.