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Birthday ***, 1858
Place of Birth England
Death day May 4, 1924 (65 years old)
Zodiac Sign Leo
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E Nesbit

Edith Nesbit is an English author and poet; she published her children's books under the name of E. Nesbit. She has written or collaborated on over 60 children's literature books. She was also a political activist and co-founded the Fabian Society, a socialist organization which later belonged to the Labor Party.

BornAugust 15, 1858, Kennington, Surrey (now Greater London), England
DiedMay 04, 1924, New Romney, Kent, England
Pen nameE. Nesbit
OccupationWriter, poet
NationalityEnglish
Period1886–1924
GenreChildren's literature
Notable worksThe Story of the Treasure Seekers, The Railway Children, Five Children and It
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About E Nesbit

Political activist and English children's author who is remembered for The Wouldbegoods, The Story of the Treasure Seekers, and other works. Born Edith Nesbit, she wrote under the gender-neutral pen name of E. Nesbit, publishing more than three dozen works for children over the course of her career.

E Nesbit before fame

She traveled throughout England and France during her youth as a result of her sister's poor health.

Achievement of E Nesbit

She was a co-founder of the Fabian Society, a Marxist, socialist organization. During the 1880s, she went on a socialist-themed lecture tour.

E Nesbit family life

She married Hubert Bland in 1880 and gave birth to his child two months later. After she discovered that her friend, Alice Hoatson, had also been impregnated by Bland, she adopted Hoatson's child and went on to have three more children of her own.

Associations of E Nesbit

Her children's book, The Railway Children, was made into a film by Lionel Jeffries.

Top Facts You Did Not Know About E Nesbit

  • Buried in Kent
  • Victorian writers
  • English fiction writers
  • British sociologists
  • Members of the Fabian Society
  • British women's poets
  • English children's writer

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