Margaret Storm Jameson was born into a Whitby ship building family in 1891. She helped set up the Eikonoklasts, a discussion group she described as 'sceptics, unavowed anarchists, self-dedicated to the unmasking of hypocrites'. As President of the English Centre of International PEN from 1938-1944, Jameson helped intellectuals escape from Nazi-occupied countries, and sponsored groups of refugee writers, work which began her lifelong interest in themes of exile. Her story 'The Last Night' features in Light Transports.
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