The Story of My Life eBook

Ellen Terry
This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 455 pages of information about The Story of My Life.
    in “Dora,” 151;
    in “Brothers,” 152;
    in “The House of Darnley,” 153;
    a visit from Henry Irving, 161;
    Ellen Terry’s description of him, 161 et sqq.;
    on tour with Charles Kelly in “Dora” and “Iris,” 164;
    in “The School for Scandal,” 165;
    plays in “Money,” 165;
    in Irving’s “Hamlet,” 166 et sqq.;
    touring in the provinces, 174 et sqq.;
    in “Butterfly,” 175;
    in “Much Ado About Nothing,” 177-8;
    her dress for “The Cup,” 187;
    in plays at the Lyceum, 191;
    in “Charles I.,” 197;
    and “Lewis Carroll,” 201;
    as Portia, 201 et sqq., 209;
    in “Othello,” 222-3 et sqq.;
    her “Letters in Shakespeare’s Plays,” 226;
    as Juliet, 227 et sqq.;
    and Terriss, 231;
    her opinion of Sarah Bernhardt, 236-7 et sqq.;
    her Jubilee, 245;
    in “Much Ado About Nothing,” 250 et sqq.;
    in “The Lyons Mail,” 250-1;
    in “Twelfth Night,” 253;
    as Olivia, 256;
    in “Faust,” 260 et sqq., 344;
    in “The Amber Heart,” 271;
    First Tour in America, 273 et sqq.;
    first appearance in America, 280-1;
    an “American” interview, 288-9;
    on colored servants, 291;
    some opinions on America, 294 et sqq.;
    her first speech, 304-5;
    at Niagara, 311-12;
    other tours in America, 325 et sqq.;
    in “Godefroi and Yolande,” 326;
    her third marriage, 327;
    in “Macbeth,” 328 et sqq.;
    painted as Lady Macbeth by Sargent, 331-2, 371-2;
    plays in the “Dead Heart,” 334;
    plays in “Ravenswood,” 337;
    plays in “Nance Oldfield,” 337 et sqq.;
    in “Henry VIII.,” 338;
    at Stratford-on-Avon, 339 et sqq._;
    in “King Lear,” “Becket,” “King Arthur,” “Cymbeline,” “Madame
      Sans-Gene,” “The Medicine Man,” “Peter the Great,” 343;
    in Robespierre, 344;
    in “Alice Sit-by-the-Fire,” 345;
    in “Captain Brassbound’s Conversion,” 345;
    in “The Merry Wives of Windsor,” 114, 348 et sqq.;
    in Ibsen’s “Vikings,” at the Imperial Theatre, 351;
    produces “The Good Hope,” 354;
    in “Ravenswood,” 354;
    her last Shakespearean part, Hermione, 355;
    her Stage Jubilee, 355 et sqq.;
    her theatre dresses, 377 et sqq., 383;
    in “Journeys End in Lovers’ Meeting,” 391;
    “Bits from her Diary,” 394 et sqq.;
    and the Marionettes, 395
—­Eliza, 4
—­Florence, 8, 83, 122, 125, 209, 257-8, 387
—­Fred, 8, 83
—­George, 8, 174-5
—­Kate (Mrs. Arthur James Lewis), 3, 8, 9, 10, 11, 18, 20, 24 et sqq.,
  29 et sqq., 35, 47, 48 et sqq., 67
—­Marion, 8, 83, 125, 257
—­Tom, 8, 126
Tetrazzini, 383
Thackeray, W.M., 314
Times, The, 18
Toole, J.L., 266, 270
“To Parents and Guardians,” 34
Trebelli, Madame, 382
Tree, H. Beerbohm, 114, 271, 320, 348 et sqq.
—­Mrs., 349
“Twelfth Night,” 191, 253
“Two Roses, The,” 227
Tyars, Mr., 210, 252

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