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Beatrice Harraden

Author Code: EBEH

Born: Jan. 24, 1864 - London, England

Died: May 5, 1936 - Barton-on-Sea, Hampshire, England

Educated at the University of Dresden, Cheltenham Ladies' College, Queen's College and Bedford College, London, Harraden graduated in 1884 with a bachelor's degree in arts. She published her first story in Belgravia magazine in 1889 and in 1893, the novel by which she is best remembered, Ships That Pass in the Night, appeared and was an instant commercial success. She would go on to produce seventeen novels during her career. An active suffragist, she was a constant contributor to Suffragist periodicals and an active member of the Women Writers' Suffrage League and the London Graduates' Sufrage Society. During the First World War, she worked as a librarian at the Endell Street Military Hospital in London. In 1929, she was elected governor of Bedford College and in 1930 was awarded a £100 annual pension from the civil list. In her final years she took to heavy drinking and died from delerium tremens in a nursing home. Her works include In Varying Moods (1894), Hilda Strafford (1897), The Fowler (1899), Interplay (1908), The Growing Thread (1916), Patuffa (1923), Rachel (1926) and Search Will Find It Out (1928).

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