Happy Birthday to an Icy Looking Elinor Glyn

Elinor Glyn, who forever changed the popular culture landscape by ballyhooing the concept of It, was born on 17 October 1864.

Elinor Glyn

Elinor Glyn

A QUOTE: “Everything that I write will be signed with my name.”

SOME WORKS: Beyond the Rocks; Three Weeks; Three Things; Love’s Blindness; ‘It’ and Other Stories

A KEEPSAKE:

Elinor Glyn's Man and Maid Movie Still Book at Backwoods Treasure

Elinor Glyn’s Man and Maid Movie Still Book at Backwoods Treasure Antiques. $26.95

9 thoughts on “Happy Birthday to an Icy Looking Elinor Glyn

  1. It’s hard to imagine, by looking at this photo, that she is the force behind “It” but, as a previous commenter said, she does look like someone who knows what she wants and how to get it.

    Happy Birthday, Elinor, you minx.

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