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by D. Appleton
Written in English
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Malet's first novel was Mrs. Lorimer, a Sketch in Black and White, () while her first critical success was Colonel Enderby's Wife ().
The Wages of Sin, generally regarded as one of Malet's most important novels, was published in the novel is believed by some critics to have been a major influence on Thomas Hardy's Jude the.
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by Malet, Lucas, Mrs. Lorimer: A Sketch in Black and White. Malet, Lucas. Published by most inner pages clean, binding tight. Written by Mary St Leger Kingsley under the pseudonym Lucas Malet, this novel comes later in the career of the author of "The Wages of Sin" and "The History of Sir Richard Calmady." No Jacket.
Sml 8vo in orange cloth with black. LM published her first novel, Mrs. Lorimer, a Sketch in Black and White, under a pseudonym to keep her work separate from that of her father or uncle. Her friend and fellow-novelist Emma Marshall much admired this book.
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The insertion “Kirtland” is written in graphite. Also, in the “Repentence” side of the volume, the rectos of the third through eighth leaves of ledger paper are numbered on the upper right-hand corners as,and —all written in graphite and apparently redactions.Therefore I refuse to be either “born” or even cut a wisdom tooth within these pages anent a busy woman’s life, except to say that on the night of my birth my father and his friend, the famous surgeon John Erichsen (later Sir John), walked home from a meeting of the Royal Society together, and on reaching the old house in Harley Street a.