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British author and actress, editor (1833-1899)wd:Q538620
country of citizenship: United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland
languages spoken, written or signed: English
occupation: writer, actor, novelist, stage actor, children's writer, editor
Florence Marryat (9 July 1833 – 27 October 1899) was a British author and actress. The daughter of author Capt. Frederick Marryat, she was particularly known for her sensational novels and her involvement with several celebrated spiritual mediums of the late 19th century. Her works include Love’s Conflict (1865), Her Father's Name (1876), There is No Death (1891) and The Spirit World (1894), The Dead Man's Message (1894) and The Blood of the Vampire (1897). She was a prolific author, writing around 70 books, as well as newspaper and magazine articles, short stories and works for the stage.
From 1876 to 1890, she had a performing career, at first writing and performing a comic touring piano sketch entertainment, together with George Grossmith and later performing in dramas, comedies, comic opera with a D'Oyly Carte Opera Company, her own one-woman show, and appearing as a lecturer, dramatic reader and public entertainer. During the 1890s, she ran a school of Journalism and Literary Art.
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experiment in consecutive novel writingwd:Q7733531
author: Ellen Buckingham Mathews, Justin Huntly McCarthy, Frances Eleanor Trollope, Arthur Conan Doyle, May Crommelin, Francis Charles Philips, Eliza Humphreys, Joseph Hatton, Caroline Emily Lovett Cameron, Bram Stoker, Florence Marryat, Julia Frankau, Mary Eliza Kennard, Richard Dowling, Margaret Wolfe Hungerford, Arthur William à Beckett, Mary Jane Middlemass, Clement Scott, Clotilde Graves, Henry Lucy, Adeline Sergeant, George Manville Fenn, Jessie Catherine Couvreur, Thomas Anstey Guthrie
illustrator: John Leighton