Vera Zhelikhovskaya

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Vera Zhelikhovsky.

Vera Zhelikhovsky, Russian: Ве́ра Петро́вна Желихо́вская (April 29, 1835 - May 17, 1896), sometimes transliterated as Vera Jelihovsky, was a Russian writer, mostly of children's stories. She was Madame Blavatsky's sister.

Vera Zhelikhovsky wrote also fantastic stories with heroes having secret knowledge like Cornelius Agrippa, shamans, and Oriental magicians.

English Translations[edit]

  • The General's Will, (Short novel), from Mystery Tales, The Continental Classics Vol 18, Harper and Brothers, 1909.