Florence Beatrice Emery (née) Farr (7 July 1860—29 April 1917) was a member of The Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn.
The Writings of Florence Farr
”Full of bright paradox, and paradox which is no mere topsy-turvy play upon words, but the product of serious thinking upon life.”—Star.
”The writing reveals in almost every sentence the cultured artist whose every stroke adds strength and beauty to the picture.”—Liverpool Mercury.
”We welcome the light and merry pen of Miss Farr as one of the deftest that has been wielded in the style of to-day. She has written the cleverest and the most cynical sensation story of the season.”—Daily Post.
Egyptian Magic, 1896. Collectanea Hermetica, Volume VIII.
Elsewhere on The Hermetic Library
“Personal, Political and Magical?” by LeGrand Cinq-Mars, a review of Mary Greer’s The Women of the Golden Dawn in Caduceus, Vol 1 No 2
Also, read more about the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn in the Golden Dawn Library including the cipher manuscript and more.
There are a number of books which may be of interest by or about Florence Farr, including these