Adeline Sergeant (1851 - 1904) was an English writer. In 1882, her novel Jacobi's wife resulted in a small award of 100, and the work was published serially in London. For the next several years her writings were serialized in the Dundee newspaper, where she lived from 1885-7. Adeline then moved to Bloomsbury, London, where she earned enough keep to support herself through her writings. Over her literary career, she produced over ninety novels; with some involving a religious theme. Her religious views evolved over time, including a period in the 1880s when she was briefly agnostic. In this book: A Life Sentence Under False Pretences Brooke's Daughter Name and Fame
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