The first five lives of Annie Besant.


[Chicago] University of Chicago Press [1960] .

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Subjects Besant, Annie Wood.
Besant, Annie, 1847-1933
Besant, Annie, 1847-1933.
Theosophy.
Description 418 pages illustrations 24 cm
Notes Sequel: The last four lives of Annie Besant.
Includes bibliographical references.
Contents First life: the christian wife -- Out of the everywhere into the here -- From harrow to the rhine -- Holy orders and disorders -- Black-letter days -- Chrloroform and crisis -- Second life: the atheist mother -- The path to atheism -- Ajax and the iconoclast -- Politics and the public platform -- Free love and the percy bysshe shelley -- The first battle of the atheists -- Christian charity and secular romance -- Birth control and the fruits of philosophy -- Husband take all -- Third life: the martyr of science -- Love and science -- love and politics -- Botanists and chemists in opposition -- Blashpemy and theosophy -- The triumph of Eleanor Marx -- Fourth life: the socialist labor agitator -- Enter Bernard Shaw, grinning -- Bloody sunday in trafalgar square -- The link and the strike of the match-girls -- Diggle and the London School Board -- Possibilists versus Impossibilists -- Fifth life: the chela of the mahatmas -- Madame Blavatsky and her secret doctrine -- Annie among the occultists -- Annie among the secularists -- The building of the kingdom -- Exits and entrances -- Cremation at woking -- Farewell and hail -- No passage to India -- Chakravarti and the parliament of religions.
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(OCoLC)41517995
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