6 edition of Elizabeth Robins, 1862-1952 found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 277-286) and index.
|Statement||Joanne E. Gates.|
|LC Classifications||PS2719.R4 Z65 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 297 p. :|
|Number of Pages||297|
|LC Control Number||93023813|
Biography. Elizabeth Robins () Known as “Lisa of the blue eyes,” American-born Elizabeth Robins lived over half of her life in England and was a member of the London intelligentsia; she was friends with George Bernard Shaw, Oscar Wilde, Henry James, and—towards the end of her life—Virginia and Leonard Woolf. Elizabeth Robins' long, active life () took her in many directions. Robins was American born and reared, but her multiple careers in acting, writing and the women's suffragist movement gave her the opportunity to travel widely and meet several important personalities.
Elizabeth Robins ( - ) was an actress, playwright, novelist, and suffragist. Elizabeth Robins, Elizabeth Robins (), Henrik Ibsen (), Raymond Robins, Raymond Robins (), Raymond Robins () Time 20th centuryWritten works: The Convert.
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A stage actress in America and London, Robins retired from the theater at age 40 and dedicated her life to writing and the woman suffrage movement. Johns, an academic, resurrects Robins's rich life and work, which included 14 novels as well as books on feminism. Elizabeth Robins, Actress, Novelist, Feminist; Joanne E.
Gates; ; Book; Published by: The University of Alabama Press; View View Citation; Buy This Book in Print. summary. From Childhood, Elizabeth Robins dreamed of a successful career on the stage. Her first impulse to visit England, instemmed from her desire to secure.
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From Childhood, Elizabeth Robins dreamed of a successful career on the stage. Her first impulse to visit England, instemmed from her desire to secure better opportunities as an actress, and she soon gained celebrity playing Ibsen’s heroines.
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John - Hardcover **Mint Condition**. Elizabeth Robins: American novelist and feminist activist Ibsen actress, suffrage lobbyist. Texts and Contexts. Joanne E. Gates, Project Director. Works about Robins " Robins, Elizabeth ("C. Raimond")," in A Short Biographical Dictionary of English Literature, by John William Cousin, London: J.
Dent & Sons () Some or all works by this author are in the public domain in the United States because they were published before January 1, Elizabeth Robins Pennell (Febru – February 7, ) was an American writer who, for most of her adult life, made her home in London. A recent researcher summed her up as "an adventurous, accomplished, self-assured, well-known columnist, biographer, cookbook collector, and art critic"; in addition, she wrote travelogues, mainly of European cycling voyages, and memoirs, centred on.
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Free shipping for many products. Elizabeth Robins () Elizabeth Robins was born in Louisville, Kentucky on 6 August Her childhood was marred by tragedy, with the death of four siblings and her mother’s mental decline triggered by post-natal depression.
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Two years earlier Boston had hosted the National Cited by: 2. Elizabeth Robins () was an actress, playwright, novelist, and suffragist. Inshe married actor George Richmond Parks. Although her husband struggled to get parts, her own acting career gained momentum and she was soon in great demand.4/5.
Robins, Elizabeth (–)American actress, novelist, playwright and author of nonfiction who made her home in Britain, became a suffragist, and promoted women's causes. Name variations: Claire, Clara or C.E. Raimond; Mrs. George Parks; Bessie; Lisa. Pronunciation: RAY-mond. Source for information on Robins, Elizabeth (–): Women in World History: A Biographical Encyclopedia.
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xiv, p.,  p. of plates: 24 cm DON/00 Includes bibliographical references (p. ) and index 03 Elizabeth Robins, Gates, Joanne E. Published by The University of Alabama Press Gates, Joanne E.
Elizabeth Robins, Actress, Novelist, by: 4.Elizabeth Robins () was an American actress, playwright, novelist, and suffragist. Inshe married actor George Richmond Parks. Although her husband struggled to get parts, her own acting career gained momentum and she was soon in great demand/5.