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Constance Garnett

nee' Constance Black
 
Biographical Summary

Date of Birth

1862

Place of Birth

Ship Street, Brighton, East Sussex, England

Date of Death

1946

Place of Death

 

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Vocation & Acclamations
Translator of Russian Novels
 
 

 

 

 

Constance Garnett

 

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Personal Relationships

Locale

Oeuvre

Biographical Details

 

Personal Relationships
RelationshipNameDate - Period
FatherDavid Black, Solicitor/Brighton Coroner 
MotherClara Patten 
GrandfatherGeorge Patten, A.R.A. 
Husband Edward Garnett1868-1937
SonDavid Garnett1892-1981
Father-in-LawRichard Garnett1835-1906
SisterClementina 
SisterGrace 
FriendAmy Levy 
GroupFabian Society 

 

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Locale
WhereWhyWhen

Ship Street, Brighton

Ground floor office of her father, family residence above.

Brighton High School

Pupil

Newnham College Cambridge

Student

27 Fitzroy StreetResidence (a flat)
The People's Palace, Whitechapel LondonLibrarian
RussiaTour/work1892
RussiaTour/work took her son David with her1904

 

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Oeuvre
TranslatedGenreDate - Edition
Anna Karenina  
Anton Chekhov  
The Brothers Karamazov  
Crime and Punishment  
Death if Ivan Llyich  
The Duel  
The Duel and other Stories  
The Essential Tales of Chekhov  
Fathers and Sons  
The Gambler  
The Grand Inquisitor  
An Honest Thief and Other Stories  
The House of the Dead  
Idiot  

 

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Biographical Details and Notes

 

 

   
 

 

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