Heartsease or Brother`s Wife

Heartsease or Brother`s Wife by Charlotte Mary Yonge

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Charlotte Mary Yonge (11 August 1823 - 24 May 1901), English writer. The author of many works that are now almost forgotten. In Russian, the surname is often written in other variations - Jung, Yong, Young. Born in the village of Otterbourne, Hampshire, England, to a religious family. Her father was engaged in education. Under his guidance, she studied Latin, Greek, French, Euclid and algebra. She lived in Otterbourne all her life and for 71 years was a village Sunday school teacher. She began writing in 1848, and has published about 160 works during her long life, mostly novels, which often reflect the values ​​and concerns of Anglo-Catholicism. She was one of the most widely read and respected female writers in the nineteenth century. Her fans included Lewis Carroll, George Eliot, William Gladstone, Charles Kingsley, Christina Rossetti, Lord Alfred Tennyson and Anthony Trollope.  Wikipedia ...

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Charlotte Mary Yonge (11 August 1823 - 24 May 1901), English writer. The author of many works that are now almost forgotten. In Russian, the surname is often written in other variations - Jung, Yong, Young. Born in the village of Otterbourne, Hampshire, England, to a religious family. Her father was engaged in education. Under his guidance, she studied Latin, Greek, French, Euclid and algebra. She lived in Otterbourne all her life and for 71 years was a village Sunday school teacher. She began writing in 1848, and has published about 160 works during her long life, mostly novels, which often reflect the values ​​and concerns of Anglo-Catholicism. She was one of the most widely read and respected female writers in the nineteenth century. Her fans included Lewis Carroll, George Eliot, William Gladstone, Charles Kingsley, Christina Rossetti, Lord Alfred Tennyson and Anthony Trollope.  Wikipedia