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L. T. Meade

(1844—1914) children's writer and novelist

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Alice Askew

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(d. 1917) married (1900) Claude Arthur Cary Askew (d. 1917).

Neither of these writers published anything alone. As a team, their output was prolific, almost in the L. T. Meade ...

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Angela Brazil

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(1868–1947)

Born in Preston, Lancashire, a formative influence on the development of modern girls’ school stories. She wrote 53 books from The Fortunes of Philippa (1906) to The...

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A Maid of Mystery

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L. T. Meade, 1904, F. V. White.

After her mother's sudden death, Alice Brabazon is educated at a convent in Rouen. John Brabazon, her handsome father, whom she adores, communicates...

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Robert Eustace

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pseud.:

(1868–1943), LRCP (1897), MRCS.

Educated at University College Hospital Medical School, Barton became a London physician and later was medical...

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T. Pym

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(fl. 1880s–1890s), prolific late-Victorian English children's book illustrator whose style imitated that of Kate Greenaway. Her real name was Clara Creed. Although Pym's work was popular...

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