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Beatrice Hastings Born 27 January 1879 Hackney, London Died 30 October 1943 Worthing, West Sussex Pen name Beatrice Tina, D. Triformis, Alice Morning, Robert á Field, and others Occupation writer and critic Nationality British Period early 20th century Influenced Katherine Mansfield Beatrice Hastings was the pen name of Emily Alice Haigh (1879-1943) an English writer, poet and literary critic. Much of her work was published in The New Age under a variety of pseudonyms, and she lived with the editor, A. R. Orage, for a time before the outbreak of the First World War. Bisexual, she was a friend and lover of Katherine Mansfield, whose work was first published in The New Age. Another of her lovers was Wyndham Lewis.[1] Born in London and raised in South Africa, just before the war, she moved to Paris[2] and became a figure in bohemian circles due to her friendship with Max Jacob. She shared an apartment in Montparnasse with Amedeo Modigliani and posed for him as well. Towards the end of her life she felt excluded from the literary recognition she felt her due, and blamed Orage, whom she accused of conspiring to keep her out of literary circles in Britain, and she published a pamphlet, The Old New Age, bitterly criticising him in 1936. In 1943, probably suffering from cancer, she killed herself with gas from a domestic cooker. Portrait of Beatrice Hastings by Amedeo Modigliani, 1915 Works Woman's Worst Enemy - Woman, 1909 The Maids' Comedy: A Chivalric Romance in Thirteen Chapters, 1911 The Old "New Age"—Orage and Others, Blue Moon Press, 1935 Defence of Madame Blavatsky Volumes 1 and 2, Worthing, Hastings Press, 1937 References ^ "As mad and bad as it gets", Frank Witford, The Sunday Times, July 30, 2006 ^ Born in London, raised in S.A. based in Paris [1] Retrieved 09/10/07 Carswell, John, Lives and Letters, New York, New Directions, 1978. Gray, Stephen (1999). "Beatrice Hastings". Free-lancers and Literary Biography in South Africa. Amsterdam: Rodopi. pp. 59–76. ISBN 90-420-0666-8.  Mairet, Philip, A. R. Orage - a Memoir, New York, University Books, 1966 Mann, Carol, Modigliani, New York, OUP , 1980. Sichel, Pierre, Modigliani, New York, Dutton, 1967. External links Royal Academy of Arts The Modernist Journals Project Works by or about Beatrice Hastings in libraries (WorldCat catalog) Persondata Name Hastings, Beatrice Alternative names Short description Date of birth 27 January 1879 Place of birth Hackney, London Date of death 30 October 1943 Place of death Worthing, West Sussex