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Elsie Finnimore Buckley (1882-1959) was an English writer and translator.
Buckley was born at Calcutta, the daughter of Robert Burton Buckley, a civil engineer, and Ada Marian Sarah Finnimore. She was educated at Girton College, Cambridge. In 1920 she married the writer Anthony Ludovici. In Children of the Dawn, Old Tales of Greece (1909), it is noted that the writer possesses a terse simplicity of style, and that the book is an "almost inexhaustible treasure-house of the ancient Greek tales".