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Fleming, Alice Macdonald, 1868-1948

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    • Beatrice, 1868-1948
    • Fleming, A. M. (Alice Macdonald), 1868-1948
    • Fleming, Alice Kipling, 1868-1948
    • Fleming, Alice Macdonald, b. 1868
    • Fleming, J. M., Mrs., 1868-1948
    • Fleming, John, Mrs., 1868-1948
    • Fleming, Trix, 1868-1948
    • Kipling, Alice, 1868-1948
    • Kipling, Alice Macdonald, 1868-1948
    • Kipling, Beatrice, 1868-1948
    • Kipling, Trix, 1868-1948
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        Great Britain
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  • Earlier Established Forms

    • Fleming, Alice Macdonald, b. 1868
  • Sources

    • found: NUCMC data from Library of Congress, Rare Book and Special Coll. Div. for Colt, H.D. H. Dunscombe Colt Kipling collection, 1880-1940(Alice Macdonald Fleming; Alice Fleming; Alice Macdonald Kipling Fleming, b. 1868)
    • found: LC man. cat.(Hdg.: Fleming, Alice Macdonald Kipling, 1868- ; usage: Beatrice; Beatrice Kipling; Mrs. J. M. Fleming; b. Alice Macdonald Kipling; Alice M. Kipling; Beatrice Grange, pseud.; A. M. Fleming)
    • found: Birkenhead, F.W.F.S. Rudyard Kipling, c1978(Fleming, Mrs. John, née Alice Kipling; Rudyard Kipling's sister; called Trix Kipling, Trix Fleming)
    • found: Echoes, 1884t.p. (by Two Writers)
    • found: Quartette : the Christmas annual of the Civil & Military Gazette, 1885(by Four Anglo-Indian Writers)
    • found: website, April 3, 2008(Fleming, Alice Kipling [aka Mrs. Holland], 1868-1948)
    • found: Some memories of my brother, [1957](Holograph text in pencil and ink of a speech given by Rudyard Kipling's sister Beatrice "Trix" Fleming for unidentified audience, read in October 1957; date from accompanying note by collector H. Dunscombe Colt)
    • found:, Feb. 9, 2011(Alice Kipling Fleming; sister of British author Rudyard Kipling who became a well-known psychic, producing automatic writing under the name "Mrs. Holland." Born June 11, 1868, Alice Kipling was privately educated. She went to India at age 16 and married British army officer John Fleming. While in India she wrote a number of poems, and in 1893 initially experimented with automatic writing)
    • found: Singh, Amardeep. The Kiplings and India: a collection of writings from British India, 1870-1900, via WWW, February 1, 2021(Alice MacDonald Fleming (Beatrice [Trix] Kipling); Alice MacDonald Fleming (1868-1948), who sometimes published as Beatrice Kipling and who was known by her family as "Trix," is the daughter of Lockwood Kipling and Alice MacDonald Kipling and sister of Rudyard Kipling; she married Jack Fleming in 1889; she wrote prolifically in the 1890s, and her writings about British India serve as an important counterpoint to Rudyard's more male-centered perspective on the British colonial experience; wrote poems and short stories connected to Anglo-Indian life; published her first novel The Heart of a Maid, under the name Beatrice Grange, in 1890; continued to write after 1902, but much of her writing was dedicated to magazines oriented to the Society for Psychical Research (SPR); due to family disapproval, Fleming wrote under the name "Mrs. Holland" in magazines published by the SPR) -
    • found:, February 1, 2021(Fleming, Alice Kipling (1868-1948); born June 11, 1868; became a well-known psychic, producing automatic writing under the name "Mrs. Holland"; married British army officer John Fleming)
    • notfound: Dict. of National Biog.;Mod. Eng. biog.;W was W Gt. Brit.;W was W among Euro. authors;N.Y. times personal name index
  • LC Classification

    • PR4849.K5
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    • 1987-02-18: new
    • 2021-02-02: revised
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