Author:Henry Havelock Ellis
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|A British doctor, sexual psychologist, and social reformer.|
- “Re “Fascination” and Hypnotism”, in Folk-Lore, Volume 1, (1890), p. 405.
- The New Spirit (1890)
- Man and Woman (1894)
- Sexual Inversion (1897)
- Studies in the Psychology of Sex, 6 vols, (1897-1910)
- A Study of British Genius (1904)
- Impressions and Comments, 3 vols, (1914-1924)
- Analysis of the Sexual Impulse
- Love and Pain
- The Erotic Rights of Women (1918)
- Little Essays of Love and Virtue (1922)
- The Dance of Life (1923)
- My Life, autobiography, (1940)
- Against the Grain (1922)
Articles in Popular Science Monthly
- “A Study of British Genius I,” in Popular Science Monthly Volume 58, February 1901
- “A Study of British Genius II,” in Popular Science Monthly Volume 58, March 1901
- “The Psychology of Yellow,” in Popular Science Monthly Volume 68, May 1906
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