Entry updated 11 August 2018. Tagged: Author.
(1866-1928) UK author whose work focused on the social problems of working-class women – she herself was a member of the Carr Glyn family, sister of the fourth Baron Wolverton, and related by marriage to Charles Kingsley [see The Encyclopedia of Fantasy under links below]. The Idyll of the Star-Flower (1895) concerns the early-Christian quest of a Norseman for the eponymous flower, which will heal the world if found; A Woman of To-Morrow: A Tale of the 20th Century (1896) is a Sleeper Awakes tale whose female protagonist is disturbed by evidences that in 1996 her sex has gained equality with men. [JC]
The Honourable Alice Coralie Glyn
born 5 November 1866
died Tunbridge Wells, Kent: 28 September 1928
- The Idyll of the Star-Flower (London: David Nutt, 1895) [hb/]
- A Woman of To-Morrow: A Tale of the 20th Century (London: Women's Printing Society, 1896) [hb/]
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