John Francis Stanley, second Earl Russell

Standard Name: Russell, John Francis Stanley,,, second Earl

Connections

Connections Sort descending Author name Excerpt
Family and Intimate relationships Elizabeth von Arnim
Maude Stanley introduced EA to her nephews: Francis Stanley (second Earl Russell, EA 's future husband), and his brother, Bertrand Russell (who became a lifelong friend).
Usborne, Karen. "Elizabeth": The Author of Elizabeth and Her German Garden. Bodley Head, 1986.
48, 85
Family and Intimate relationships Elizabeth von Arnim
EA rekindled her relationship with Francis, Earl Russell . He soon proposed, then began divorce proceedings against his second wife, Mollie Russell (Marion Somerville ).
Usborne, Karen. "Elizabeth": The Author of Elizabeth and Her German Garden. Bodley Head, 1986.
171, 174
Family and Intimate relationships Elizabeth von Arnim
EA married Francis (Frank), Earl Russell , on his second divorce; she thus became an English countess, having already been a German one.
Usborne, Karen. "Elizabeth": The Author of Elizabeth and Her German Garden. Bodley Head, 1986.
189
Family and Intimate relationships Elizabeth von Arnim
EA left her husband, Francis, Earl Russell , permanently, because of his continued gambling and extramarital affairs.
Usborne, Karen. "Elizabeth": The Author of Elizabeth and Her German Garden. Bodley Head, 1986.
210-13
Family and Intimate relationships Elizabeth von Arnim
When in March 1902 EA found herself pregnant once more, she was filled with forebodings of a horrible kind,
Usborne, Karen. "Elizabeth": The Author of Elizabeth and Her German Garden. Bodley Head, 1986.
90
and this time she sought an abortion. For this she may possibly have been motivated...
Reception Elizabeth von Arnim
EA 's ex-husband, Francis , reacted to this book with rage and threatened to sue her for libel. In letters from his solicitors to Macmillan , he alleged that the insufferable husband portrayed in the...
Residence Elizabeth von Arnim
EA 's estranged husband, Francis, Earl Russell , followed her to the USA and persuaded her to return to London.
Usborne, Karen. "Elizabeth": The Author of Elizabeth and Her German Garden. Bodley Head, 1986.
199-200
Textual Features Elizabeth von Arnim
Indeed, the book was shaped partly by her own escape from her vindictive second husband, Francis, Earl Russell , and by her travels with her daughter Liebet from the east to the west coast of...
Textual Features Elizabeth von Arnim
She published this text anonymously with no hint of her authorship, for fear that her ex-husband, Francis, Earl Russell , might sue for libel.
Usborne, Karen. "Elizabeth": The Author of Elizabeth and Her German Garden. Bodley Head, 1986.
221-2
It marks something of a return to the style of...

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