Hubback, Judith 1917-
HUBBACK, Judith 1917-
Born February 23, 1917, in London, England; daughter of John (an international lawyer and peer) and Marjorie (an artist; maiden name, Murray) Fischer-Williams; married David Francis Hubback (a civil servant), 1939 (deceased); children: Cassandra Hubback Phillips, Camilla Hubback Lambert, Christopher. Education: Cambridge University, M.A., 1938. Politics: Socialist. Religion: Church of England. Hobbies and other interests: Gardening.
Home—4 Provost Rd., London NW3 4ST, England. E-mail—[email protected]
Analytical psychologist in London, England, 1962-2002.
Society of Analytical Psychology.
Sagittarius Prize, Society of Authors.
Wives Who Went to College, Heinemann (Oxford, England), 1957.
Islands and People (poetry), Outpost, 1964.
People Who Do Things to Each Other, Chiron Press (New York, NY), 1988.
The Sea Has Many Voices (novel), Aiden Ellis (London, England), 1990.
WORK IN PROGRESS:
From Dawn to Dust, an autobiography.