Jung, Thomas Mann, Havelock Ellis
, and Romain Rolland.
Jung, Thomas Mann, Albert Einstein, Havelock Ellis
and Romain Rolland.
Critical conceptions of the relationship of Carpenter's Towards Democracy to Leaves of Grass solidified almost from the moment of the first edition's publication in 1883, when Edward Aveling in an influential review proclaimed Carpenter to be the "English Walt Whitman." Aveling intended the label as a compliment, but a similar, widely publicized remark by Havelock Ellis
was more critical: when a friend showed Towards Democracy to Ellis at a socialist political gathering in London, he handed it back with the dismissive comment, "Whitman and water." Ellis later recanted his hasty judgment, and many British socialists regarded Towards Democracy as a worthy companion-volume to Leaves of Grass.
From Charlotte Perkins Gilman to Havelock Ellis
to Olive Schreiner, each member of this group agreed that marriage needed to become more voluntary, more equal, and more pleasurable than it had been in previous iterations.
Johnny Levins launches a two-pronged attack, spearheaded by Havelock Ellis
, who won a 2m handicap at tonight's venue a fortnight ago.
A front-runner, Sharjah has been overhauled by Hes Our Music, Minot Street and Moonmesiter respectively in his last three outings, all off a mark of 70, just 2lb higher than his last winning mark, when beating Havelock Ellis
The well-known British physician, writer and reformer of the 19th Century, Havelock Ellis
said, "The prevalence of suicide, without doubt, is a test of height in civilization; it means the population is winding up its nervous and intellectual system to the utmost point of tension and that sometimes it snaps." I wonder whether the WHO has included the suicide bombers and those who indulge in self-immolation for various political purposes in its data.
Recognizing that the penal burden was disproportionate for sexual inverts (homosexuals) at the time, British physician Havelock Ellis
(1859-1893) acknowledged that sex and sexuality force an emotional response.
Lawrence and The Psychology of Sex by Havelock Ellis
The lecture Franklin mocks here is a reference to the avant-garde Edith Ellis, Havelock Ellis
's wife, whom she met and heard speak in 1914.