Under the Southern Cross

Under the Southern Cross #2019

Under the Southern Cross Elizabeth Robins was an American actress playwright novelist and suffragist In she married actor George Richmond Parks Although her husband struggled to get parts her own acting ca
  • Title: Under the Southern Cross
  • Author: Elizabeth Robins
  • ISBN: 9781409965572
  • Page: 114
  • Format: Paperback
  • Elizabeth Robins 1862 1952 was an American actress, playwright, novelist, and suffragist In 1885, she 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 Approaching the age of 40, Robins realized her income from acting was not stable enough to carry her through her latElizabeth Robins 1862 1952 was an American actress, playwright, novelist, and suffragist In 1885, she 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 Approaching the age of 40, Robins realized her income from acting was not stable enough to carry her through her later years An able writer, she turned to the pen, publishing a number of well received novels under the pseudonym C E Raimond She became a member of the National Union of Women s Suffrage Societies and Women s Social and Political Union She remained a strong advocate of women s rights and used her gifts as a public speaker and writer on behalf of the cause Her works include Below the Salt 1896 , The Open Question A Tale of Two Temperaments 1898 , Votes for Women A Play in Three Acts 1906 , The Convert 1907 , Under the Southern Cross 1907 , The Mills of the Gods 1908 , Way Stations 1913 , My Little Sister 1913 , Camilla 1918 , The Messenger 1919 and Theatre and Friendship 1932.
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