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  1. Contemporary Authors: Biography - Farjeon, Eleanor (1881-1965)
  2. Portrait of a Family ... with many illustrations by Eleanor (1881-1965) Farjeon, 1936
  3. Trees by Eleanor, 1881-1965 Farjeon, 2009-10-26
  4. A Book For Eleanor Farjeon Her Life And Work 1881-1965 by Not Listed, 1966
  5. The Eleanor Farjeon Book A Tribute To Her Life And Work 1881-1965 by Eleanor; Intro. By Naomi Lewis; Illustrated By Edward Ardizzone Farjeon, 1966
  6. A Book for Eleanor Farjeon:a Tribute to her Life and Work, 1881-1965 by Naomi Lewis, 1966
  7. The Eleanor Farjeon Book: A Tribute to Her Life and Work 1881 - 1965 by Anonymous, 1966
  8. Morning Has Broken: A Biography of Eleanor Farjeon by Annabel Farjeon, 1986-09

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3. Eleanor Farjeon Biography
Eleanor Farjeon biography and related resources. Eleanor Farjeon (February 13, 1881 June 5, 1965) Author of stories for the young at heart of all ages, the most well known of her
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Biography Base Home Link To Us Search Biographies: Browse Biographies A B C D ... Z Eleanor Farjeon Biography Eleanor Farjeon (February 13, 1881- June 5, 1965) Author of stories for the young at heart of all ages, the most well known of her creations are probably the lyrics to the song Morning Has Broken, written in 1931 for an old Gaelic tune, and highly popularized by the Cat Stevens rendition of it in 1971.
Her father encouraged her writing from the age of five, and at 18 she wrote the lyrics for an operetta "Floretta" to the music created by her older brother, Harry Farjeon, who became a well respected composer.
She had a wide range of friends with great literary talent including D.H. Lawrence, Walter de la Mare, and Robert Frost. For several years she had an unusually intense friendship with the married poet Edward Thomas, until his death in April 1917, during the World War I Battle of Arras. One of her most notable works Martin Pippin in the Apple Orchard was written as a gift to him during his miliary service. She later published much of their correspondence, and gave an account of their relationship in Edward Thomas: The Last Four Years (1958).
In 1956 she won the Hans Christian Andersen Award for her contributions to children's literature.

4. Eleanor Farjeon - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
The daughter of popular novelist Benjamin Farjeon and Maggie (Jefferson) Farjeon, Eleanor came from a literary family, her two younger brothers, Joseph and Herbert Farjeon, being
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search Eleanor Farjeon Eleanor Farjeon /ˈfɑrdʒən/ ) (13 February 1881 – 5 June 1965) was an English author of children's stories and plays, poetry, biography, history and satire. Many of her works had charming illustrations by Edward Ardizzone . Some of her correspondence has also been published. She won many literary awards and the prestigious Eleanor Farjeon Award for children's literature is presented annually in her memory by the Children's Book Circle , a society of publishers.
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The daughter of popular novelist Benjamin Farjeon and Maggie (Jefferson) Farjeon, Eleanor came from a literary family, her two younger brothers, Joseph and Herbert Farjeon , being writers, while the eldest, Harry Farjeon , was a composer. Eleanor, known to the family as "Nellie", was a small timid child, who had poor eyesight and suffered from ill-health throughout her childhood. She was educated at home, spending much of her time in the attic, surrounded by books. Her father encouraged her writing from the age of five. She describes her family and her childhood in the autobiographical, A Nursery in the Nineties Although she lived much of her life among the literary and theatrical circles of London, much of Eleanor's inspiration came from her childhood and from family holidays. A holiday in France in 1907 was to inspire her to create a story of a troubadour, later refashioned as the wandering minstrel of her most famous book

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6. Farjeon, Eleanor - Hutchinson Encyclopedia Article About Farjeon
English author. She wrote many novels, poems, and plays for children, including Nursery Rhymes of London Town 1916, Martin Pippin in the Apple Orchard 1921, Martin Pippin in
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8. Farjeon, Eleanor -- Kids Encyclopedia | Online Encyclopedia | Kids Online Dicti
Farjeon, Eleanor (18811965), British author of children's books. When the International Board on Books for Young People began presenting the Hans Christian Andersen Award in
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10. Eleanor Farjeon: Portrait Of A Storyteller
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Eleanor Farjeon ( February 13th, 1881- June 5th, 1965) Eleanor Farjeon is described as been small, shy and quiet, and she wore glasses from the age of eight. Her parents contributed much to her career as a writer and poet. Her father, Benjamin Leopold Farjeon was a successful writer and novelist is described as being very high spirited and enthusiastic with life. Maggie (Jefferson) Farjeon, her mother, was the daughter of a well known American actor (his father and grandfather were also actors). "Nellie" (as she was affectionately called by her parents) would later care for her dying mother through a lingering and painful illness of twelve years. She had three brothers: Harry Farjeon (who became a composer)

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12. Farjeon, Eleanor: The Oxford Companion To Fairy Tales
Farjeon, Eleanor (1881–1965), English poet and author. Chiefly remembered for her stories for children, she began her literary career with a collection of fairy stories for
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Morning Magic by Joanie Bartels, first released 2003 on Bmg Special Product. This release has 20 tracks including Morning Has Broken Joanie Bartels, Farjeon, Eleanor, Lazy Mary
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Farjeon, Eleanor (b. Feb. 13, 1881, Londond. June 5, 1965, Hampstead, London), English writer for children whose magical but unsentimental tales, which often mock the
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(b . Feb. 13, 1881, Londond. June 5, 1965, Hampstead, London), English writer for children whose magical but unsentimental tales, which often mock the behaviour of adults, earned her a revered place in many British nurseries. The daughter of a British novelist and granddaughter of a U.S. actor, Eleanor Farjeon grew up in the bohemian literary and dramatic circles of London. Attending opera and theatre at 4 and writing on her father's typewriter at 7, Farjeon came to public attention at 16 as the librettist of an opera, with music by her brother Harry, which was produced by the Royal Academy of Music. Her success with Nursery Rhymes of London Town (1916), simple tunes originally for adults but adapted and sung in junior schools throughout England, spurred her writing. In addition to such favourites as Martin Pippin in the Apple Orchard (1921) and The Little Bookroom (1955), which won the Carnegie Medal and the first Hans Christian Anderson Award, Farjeon's prolific writings include children's educational books, among them Kings and Queens (1932; with Herbert Farjeon); adult books; and memoirs, notably

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18. Farjeon, Herbert - Hutchinson Encyclopedia Article About Farjeon
Farjeon, Eleanor Farjeon, Herbert Farkas, Ferenc Farkas, d n Farley, Carole Farley, Jim Farman, Henry Farmer, Fannie Merritt Farmer, Frances
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Eleanor Farjeon February 13 June 5 ) Author of stories for the young at heart of all ages, the most well known of her creations are probably the lyrics to the song Morning Has Broken , written in 1931 for an old Gaelic tune, and highly popularized by the Cat Stevens rendition of it in 1971. Her father encouraged her writing from the age of five, and at 18 she wrote the lyrics for an operetta "Floretta" to the music created by her older brother, Harry Farjeon, who became a well respected composer. She had a wide range of friends with great literary talent including D.H. Lawrence Walter de la Mare , and Robert Frost . For several years she had an unusually intense friendship with the married poet Edward Thomas , until his death in April 1917, during the World War I Battle of Arras. One of her most notable works Martin Pippin in the Apple Orchard was written as a gift to him during his miliary service. She later published much of their correspondence, and gave an account of their relationship in Edward Thomas: The Last Four Years Eleanor never married, but had a thirty-year relationship with George Earle, an English teacher. After his death in 1949, she had a long relationship with the actor Denys Blakelock, who wrote of it in the book

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