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Marie Steiner-von Sivers

Marie Steiner-von Sivers (1867–1948) was born in Wlotzlawek, in Russian Poland and grew up in St. Petersburg. She trained as an actor, but left the stage when she met Theosophy through Edouard Schuré, whose works she translated. In 1900, she met Rudolf Steiner, whom she later married and worked alongside in the development of Anthroposophy. She died in Beatenberg, Switzerland.

Books by Marie Steiner-von Sivers :

Correspondence and Documents 1901–1925

Rudolf Steiner – Marie Steiner-von Sivers (CW 262)

Creative Speech

The Formative Process of the Spoken Word (CW 280)

Esoteric Studies

The Flaming Word

The Evolution of Consciousness

As Revealed through Initiation Knowledge (CW 227)
Translated by Pauline Wehrle

The Gospel of St. John

(CW 103)
Translated by Maud Monges

Speech and Drama

(CW 282)