Annie Besant: A Modern Prophet 1934

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Kessinger Publishing, Jan 1, 2003 - Biography & Autobiography - 304 pages
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The author having already published a biography on Annie Besant, this book continues with the story of her life. Contents: brief chronicle; background; young religion; education; marriage; doubt in the Victorian Era; triumph of doubt; Charles Bradlaugh; atheism; the orator; birth control; a Christian father; politics and science; social protest; socialism; trade unionism; faith recaptured; The Secret Doctrine; H.P.B.; The Theosophical Society; new life; onward and upward; theosophy; India, a nation; back of beyond; on stepping stones; earthly, sensual, devilish; his master's voice; per ardua ad astra; challenge; phoenix no more; abstract.

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