It was perhaps a fortunate thing for Elizabeth that
her ancestors went back to the Conquest, and that
she numbered at least two Countesses and a Duchess
among her relatives. Her fath...
British author Elinor Glyn (1864-1943) wrote a number of novels, many featuring strong female characters in sexually charged situations. The most scandalous was Three Weeks, which nearly ended Glyn's ...
Elinor Glyn, glamorous socialite, incessant traveler, and romantic novelist, reached the peak of her celebrity in the autumn of 1907, when she published Three Weeks. Soon a naughty rhyme was circulati...