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By this point, I've discovered that bringing Christ to mill workers was one of the author's pet subjects. She does a good job with it though, and I appreciated glimpsing an author's perspective (even in fiction) on that subject who lived then. An engaging story once again.
Born in 1856, Evelyn Everett-Green was the daughter of noted Victorian historian Mary Anne Everett Green, and her husband, artist George Pycock Green. She was educated at home when young, before attending Bedford College (1872-73), during which time she wrote her first novel, and the Royal Academy of Music. Her plans to keep house for her brother in India were forestalled by his death in 1876, and ...moreMore about Evelyn Everett-Green...