Orwell Manor. A novel, by Mary Elizabeth Parker. ePub download
by Mary Elizabeth Parker
- ISBN: 1170680097
- ISBN13: 978-1170680094
- ePub: 1756 kb | FB2: 1500 kb
- Language: English
- Category: Words Language & Grammar
- Publisher: Gale ECCO, Print Editions (June 10, 2010)
- Pages: 356
- Rating: 4.2/5
- Votes: 295
- Format: azw lrf mbr mobi
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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. For three years she took minor acting roles, which supported both her and her mother, However, her interest in acting began to wane as she began to write. It was to be her true vocation.