Mad Dumaresq: A Novel, Volume 1 Florence Marryat Full view - 1873. Appears in 4 books from 1850-1873. Page 99 - I" he added affectionately, as he placed his hand under her chin and raised her face so that he might look into her eyes. Appears in 2 books from 1873-1898.
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Florence Marryat (9 July 1833 – 27 October 1899) was a British author and actress. The daughter of author Capt
Florence Marryat (9 July 1833 – 27 October 1899) was a British author and actress. The daughter of author Capt. Frederick Marryat, she was particularly known for her sensational novels and her involvement with several celebrated spiritual mediums of the late 19th century. Her works include Love’s Conflict (1865), Her Father's Name (1876), There is No Death (1891) and The Spirit World (1894), The Dead Man's Message (1894) and The Blood of the Vampire (1897)
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Florence Marryat, 1833-1899. British author and actress. At the age of 43, in 1881, Marryat returned to the stage, playing the role of Hephzibah Horton in a drama she wrote based on her novel Her World Against a Lie. The next year, she joined a D'Oyly Carte Opera Company touring company in Gilbert and Sullivan's Patience, playing the role of Lady Jane. In 1884 she played Queen Altemire in a revival of W. S. Gilbert's fairy comedy The Palace of Truth in London with Herbert Beerbohm Tree. She later appeared in her own one-woman show, Love Letters, and appeared as a lecturer, dramatic reader and public entertainer.
Florence Marryat’s most popular book is The Blood of the Vampire. Showing 30 distinct works. previous 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 next .
Florence Marryat was an astonishingly prolific writer, and there is no definitive bibliography of her work
Florence Marryat was an astonishingly prolific writer, and there is no definitive bibliography of her work. Estimates vary, but it is thought that she wrote 68 novels. This was in addition to a number of plays, short stories, and works of non-fiction. The list below covers her major works. The year stated is when the title was first published. Please do let me know if you have any additions or corrections.
Title: "Mad Dumaresq. Author: MARRYAT, afterwards CHURCH, afterwards LEAN, Florence. Shelfmark: "British Library HMNTS 12629.