Jean Overton Fuller

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Jean Overton Fuller was an English writer of poetry and biographies, and a member of the Theosophical Society based in Adyar, India.

Personal life

Theosophical Society involvement

Biographies and nonfiction

  • Noor-Un-Nisa Inayat Khan (Madeleine)
  • The Starr Affair
  • Double Webs
  • The Magical Dilemma of Victor Neuburg
  • Shelley, A Biography
  • Swinburne, A Biography
  • The German Penetration of S.O.E.
  • Sir Francis Bacon
  • The Comte de Saint-Germain
  • Blavatsky and Her Teachers
  • Déricourt the Chequered Spy
  • Sickert and the Ripper Crimes
  • Cats and Other Immortals
  • Joan Grant
  • Cyril Scott
  • Espionage as a Fine Art, translated from the French of Henri Déricourt with introduction and commentary.
  • Krishnamurti & the Wind: An Integral Biography. London: Theosophical Publishing Co., 2003.

Collections of poetry

  • Venus Protected
  • Carthage and the Midnight Sun
  • African Violets
  • Darun and Pitar
  • Conversations with a Captor
  • Cats and Burglars
  • Lime Hawk, Weevil and Frog
  • Of Space, Size and Time in Eternity
  • Two Poems Conceived in the Garden

Translations of poetry

  • Shiva's Dance, from the French of Hélène Bouvard
  • That the God May Remember, from the French of Hélène Bouvard
  • The Prophet, from the Russian of Alexander Pushkin
  • The Secret Garden, from the French of Danielle Aurousseau

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