Written by her close friend and partner Edward Maitland, this two-volume biography details the life of physician, spiritualist, and activist Anna Kingsford. First published in 1896, this first volume details Kingsford's early life, her first meeting with Maitland in Paris, and the beginnings of their joint supernatural experiences.

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Anna Kingsford , née Bonus (16 September 1846 – 22 February 1888), was an English anti-vivisectionist , vegetarian and women's rights campaigner. [1]

Kingsford was born in Maryland Point , Stratford , now part of east London but then in Essex , to John Bonus, a wealthy merchant, and his wife, Elizabeth Ann Schröder. [4]

By all accounts a precocious child, she wrote her first poem when she was nine, and Beatrice: a Tale of the Early Christians when she was thirteen years old. Deborah Rudacille writes that Kingsford enjoyed foxhunting , until one day she reportedly had a vision of herself as the fox. [5] [6] According to Maitland she was a "born seer," with a gift "for seeing apparitions and divining the characters and fortunes of people", something she reportedly learned to keep silent about. [7]

Written by her close friend and partner Edward Maitland, this two-volume biography details the life of physician, spiritualist, and activist Anna Kingsford. First published in 1896, this first volume details Kingsford's early life, her first meeting with Maitland in Paris, and the beginnings of their joint supernatural experiences.

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Written by her close friend and partner Edward Maitland, this two-volume biography details the life of physician, spiritualist, and activist Anna Kingsford. First published in 1896, this first volume details Kingsford's early life, her first meeting with Maitland in Paris, and the beginnings of their joint supernatural experiences.

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Anna Kingsford , née Bonus (16 September 1846 – 22 February 1888), was an English anti-vivisectionist , vegetarian and women's rights campaigner. [1]

Kingsford was born in Maryland Point , Stratford , now part of east London but then in Essex , to John Bonus, a wealthy merchant, and his wife, Elizabeth Ann Schröder. [4]

By all accounts a precocious child, she wrote her first poem when she was nine, and Beatrice: a Tale of the Early Christians when she was thirteen years old. Deborah Rudacille writes that Kingsford enjoyed foxhunting , until one day she reportedly had a vision of herself as the fox. [5] [6] According to Maitland she was a "born seer," with a gift "for seeing apparitions and divining the characters and fortunes of people", something she reportedly learned to keep silent about. [7]

Anna Kingsford , née Bonus (16 September 1846 – 22 February 1888), was an English anti-vivisectionist , vegetarian and women's rights campaigner.

Kingsford was born in Maryland Point , Stratford , now part of east London but then in Essex , to John Bonus, a wealthy merchant, and his wife, Elizabeth Ann Schröder.

By all accounts a precocious child, she wrote her first poem when she was nine, and Beatrice: a Tale of the Early Christians when she was thirteen years old. Deborah Rudacille writes that Kingsford enjoyed foxhunting , until one day she reportedly had a vision of herself as the fox. According to Maitland she was a "born seer," with a gift "for seeing apparitions and divining the characters and fortunes of people", something she reportedly learned to keep silent about.

Written by her close friend and partner Edward Maitland, this two-volume biography details the life of physician, spiritualist, and activist Anna Kingsford. First published in 1896, this first volume details Kingsford's early life, her first meeting with Maitland in Paris, and the beginnings of their joint supernatural experiences.

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