Ada Leverson (née Beddington; 10 October 1862 – 30 August 1933) was a British writer who is now known primarily for her work as a novelist.
She began writing during the 1890s, as a contributor to Black and White, Punch, and The Yellow Book. She was a loyal friend to Oscar Wilde, who called her Sphinx. She was a wit, and a friend of Max Beerbohm; her writing has been compared to ... more »
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