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researcher , writer

Eulalie Elizabeth Scoll, American Writer, researcher. Member American Association of University Women, National Trust for Historic Preservation, Newport PreservationSoc., Newport History Society, Asian Society, New York Psychic Research Foundation, Naval War Foundation, International Dostoevsky Society, Bailey's Beach Oldest BeachClub American.

Background

Scoll, Eulalie Elizabeth was born on March 6, 1920 in Vancouver, Washington, District of Columbia, United States. Daughter of Frederick and Elizabeth (Williamson) Laws.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Women's University Texas, 1941. Master of Science, Salve Regina University, 1989. Doctor of Philosophy, Salve Regina University, 1996.

Career

Engineering draftsman for Doctor Urey Manhattan Project, New York City. High fashion designer. Interior decorator.

Achievements

  • Achievements include a great contribution to both world literature and specifically Russian literature. Research in top Dostoyevsky scholars, who the prototype for the prostitute Sonya in Crime and Punishment was in real life.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: The Role and Abuse of Women as Portrayed in Three Dostoevsky's Major Novels, 1989, Nietzsche Journal of Antichrist Tibetan Buddhism Versus Christianity, 1991, Dostoevsky's Sonya and Martha: Fiction and Reality, 1996.

Membership

Member American Association of University Women, American Association Advancement Slavic Studies, National Trust for Historic Preservation, National Museum Women in the Arts, American Society Physical Research, Inc., The Authors Guild, Inc., Newport Preservation Society, Newport History Society, Asian Society, Naval War Foundation, International Dostoevsky Society, Bailey's Beach Oldest Beach Club American.

Connections

Married James Leslie Hildebrand. Children; James, Frederick.

father:
Frederick Laws

mother:
Elizabeth (Williamson) Laws

spouse:
James Leslie Hildebrand