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Evelyn Underhill

Author Code: EEUX

Born: Dec. 6, 1875 - Wolverhampton, England

Died: Jun. 15, 1941 - Hampstead, England

Educated at a private school in Folkestone and King's College for Women in London, Underhill was interested in writing from her early teens and had published a few poems in various periodicals before her first book, A Bar-Lamb's Ballad Book appeared in 1902. She married a barrister, Hubert Stuart Moore, in 1907. She developed an interest in mysticism during her conversion to Christianity and, in 1911, published Mysticism which was popular and led to her becoming a student of von Hugel. During the First World War she worked for the naval intelligence department at the Admiralty. She became an honorary Fellow of King's College in 1913 and a Fellow in 1927. She was a prolific writer during the 1920's, producing novels, books of verse and essays and reviews. She was a regular contributor to the Spectator, and for a number of years served as its theological editor. In her later years, she became an ardent pacifist and joined the Anglican Pacifist Fellowship. Her works include The Grey World (1904), The Lost Word (1907), The Columns of Dust (1909), The Mystic Way (1914), Ruysbroeck (1915), Theophanies (1916), The Mysteries of the Church (1925), The House of the Soul (1929), Worship (1936) and The Mystery of Sacrifice (1938). Her letters were published posthumously in 1943.

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