Edith Mary Oldham Lees Ellis  

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Train wreck at Montparnasse (October 22, 1895) by Studio Lévy and Sons.
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Edith Mary Oldham Lees Ellis (1861—1916) was a British writer and women's rights activist. She was married to the famous sexologist Havelock Ellis.

Lees was openly lesbian. She had several affairs with women, which Ellis was aware of.

Works

  • Seaweed: a Cornish idyll (1898)
  • My Cornish Neighbours (1906)
  • Kit's Woman (US: Steve's Woman) (1907)
  • The Subjection Of Kezia (1908)
  • Attainment (1909)
  • Three Modern Seers (1910)
  • The Imperishable Wing (1911)
  • The Lover's Calendar: An Anthology (ed) (1912)
  • Love-Acre (1914)
  • Love In Danger (1915)
  • James Hinton: a Sketch (1918)
  • The New Horizon In Love And Life (1921)


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