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by Wilkie Collins,Chris Willis,Mary Elizabeth Braddon

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1902580060
Author:
Wilkie Collins,Chris Willis,Mary Elizabeth Braddon
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Short Stories & Anthologies
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English
Publisher:
Sensation Press (September 1, 2000)
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Braddon also founded Belgravia Mary Elizabeth Braddon was a British Victorian era popular novelist. She was an extremely prolific writer, producing some 75 novels with very inventive plots.

Braddon also founded Belgravia Mary Elizabeth Braddon was a British Victorian era popular novelist. The most famous one is her first novel, Lady Audley's Secret (1862), which won her recognition and fortune as well. The novel has been in print ever since, and has been dramatised and filmed several times. Braddon also founded Belgravia Magazine (1866), which presented readers with serialized sensation novels, poems, travel narratives, and biographies, as well as essays on fashion, history, science

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2 Dr. Chris Willis works at the Centre for Gender Studies at London .

Dr. Chris Willis works at the Centre for Gender Studies at London Metropolitan University.

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Mary Elizabeth Braddon (1837–1915), Victorian England’s bestselling woman writer . The best known author from that school is Wilkie Collins but it also includes Margaret Oliphant, Ellen Woods, & Mary Bradden.

The novel features Jabez North. It is interesting for us to see that Braddon does not still find her own voice; her style in this book is a strange concoction of Dickens and melodrama. Read the opening chapter and you instantly recognize the influence of Dickensian sentences about the rainy London in "Bleak House.

Mary Elizabeth Braddon is known to readers today-if she is known at all-primarily for the two bestselling novels . What strikes us about The Trail of the Serpent today, perhaps, is its likeness to that other great mid-Victorian popular cultural phenomenon, the melodrama.

Mary Elizabeth Braddon is known to readers today-if she is known at all-primarily for the two bestselling novels written early in her career, Lady Audley’s Secret (1861–62) and Aurora Floyd (1862–63). With these, and alongside writers such as Wilkie Collins, Charles Reade, and Mrs. Henry Wood, she helped to define and popularize that extraordinary mid-Victorian genre, the novel of sensation. Braddon recognized this herself: I gave loose, she wrote of the novel, to all my leanings to the violent in melodrama.

Mary Elizabeth Braddon was born in London on 4th October 1835. Braddon suffered early family trauma at age five, when her mother, Fanny, separated from her father, Henry, in 1840. When she was aged ten her brother Edward left England for India and later Australia. However, after being befriended by Clara and Adelaide Biddle she was much taken by acting.

Mary Elizabeth Braddon (4 October 1835 – 4 February 1915) was an English popular novelist of the Victorian era. She is best known for her 1862 sensation novel Lady Audley's Secret, which has also been dramatised and filmed several times

Mary Elizabeth Braddon (4 October 1835 – 4 February 1915) was an English popular novelist of the Victorian era. She is best known for her 1862 sensation novel Lady Audley's Secret, which has also been dramatised and filmed several times. Born in London, Mary Elizabeth Braddon was privately educated. Her mother Fanny separated from her father Henry in 1840, when Mary was five.

This book brings together previously unknown and uncollected novellas and stories, written by Braddon for some of the most ephemeral magazines and newspapers of the period. All but two of the stories in this collection were unrecorded by Braddon's bibliographer, Robert Lee Wolff, and none have ever been reprinted from their original sources.