Anne Manning





Anne Manning


Born
in London, The United Kingdom
February 17, 1807

Died
September 14, 1879

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Anne Manning (February 17, 1807 – September 14, 1879) was a British novelist. Born in London, England, Manning was an active writer during the Victorian age, having 51 works to her credit. Her writings have much literary charm, and show a delicate historical imagination

Manning initially produced two books of non-fiction, followed by her first fictional work "Village Belles" in 1838. Her best known works were initially printed as serials in Sharpe's Magazine and later published in book form. She is best known for Mistress Mary Powell, which first appeared in 1849, and The Household of Sir Thomas More, a picture of More's home life in the form of a diary written by his daughter Margaret. - Wikipedia

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The Household of Sir Thomas...

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Mary Powell & Deborah's Diary

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Jacques Bonneval Or The Day...

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The maiden & married life o...

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Helen and Olga: A Russian Tale

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