A Noble Purpose Nobly Won An Old, Old Story by Anne Manning

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Number of Pages428
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Open LibraryOL11942673M
ISBN 101432671227
ISBN 109781432671228
OCLC/WorldCa156826363

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Anne Manning (17 February – 14 September ) was a British novelist. Born in London, England, Manning was an active writer during the Victorian age, having 51 works to her credit. Though antiquated in style, her writings were considered to have some literary charm and a delicate historical imagination.

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Anne Manning published, from mid-nineteenth century onwards, over fifty titles. She is most famous for her historical novels, some of them issued as a pastiche of documents centuries old. She also wrote a series of novels of domestic, provincial, contemporary life, and turned her hand also to many other genres: religious, devotional, and.

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