Having already published a bibliography on Annie Besant, Theodore Besterman in this book continued with the story of her life. She was a prominent British Theosophist, women's rights activist, writer and orator who lived between 1847 and 1933.Originally published in 1934, this work is fascinating for anyone with an interest in Annie Besant's life specifically or in any of the areas in which she became a household name.
Table of Contents
1. Brief Chronicle 2. Background 3. Young Religion 4. Education 5. Marriage 6. Doubt in the Victorian Era 7. The Triumph of Doubt 8. Charles Bradlaugh 9. Atheism 10. The Orator 11. Birth-Control 12. A Christian Father 13. Politics and Science 14. Social Protest 15. Socialism 16. Trade Unionism 17. Faith Recaptured 18. The Secret Doctrine 19. H.P.B. 20. The Theosophical Society 21. The New Life 22. Onward and Upward 23. Theosophy 24. India, a Nation 25. The Back of Beyond 26. On Stepping Stones 27. "Earthly, Sensual, Devilish" 28. His Master's Voice 29. Per Ardua Ad Astra 30. Challenge 31. Phoenix No More 32. Abstract