Ellen Karolina Sofia Key

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Key, Ellen Karolina Sofia

 

Born Dec. 11, 1849, in Sundsholm; died Apr. 25, 1926, in Strand. Swedish writer and public figure.

Key’s first published work was the pamphlet Some Thoughts Concerning the Reasons for the Emergence of Reaction (1889). She also wrote articles about Sofia Kovalevskaia, the biographies Anne Charlotte Leffler (1893) and Almqvist (1897), and a book on raising children, The Century of the Child (1900; Russian translation, 1905). Key’s The Women’s Movement (1909) is devoted to the women’s emancipation movement of the 1880’s, in which she had been a participant.

REFERENCES

Brandes, G. “Ellen Kei.” Sobr. soch., vol. 1. Kiev, 1902.
Wittrock, U. C. T. Ellen Keys väg fran kristendom till livstro. [Stockholm] 1953.
Leche, M. Ellen Key. Stockholm, 1962.
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In 1899, suffragist and author Ellen Key wrote a pamphlet called "Beauty for All" that crystallized many of the Swedish design ideals.
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