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Publishing all through the 1840s and the 1880s, Georgiana Fullerton worked in a variety of genres, including poetry, biography, drama, and most notably the novel. While many of her eleven novels adopt tropes from sensation fiction, her work is primarily concerned with questions of religion and faith. She acquired a reputation as one of the foremost Roman Catholic novelists writing in England during the nineteenth century.
23 September 1812 Georgiana Charlotte Leveson-Gower (later GF) was born at Tixall Hall at Tixall in Staffordshire. Bibliographic Citation link.
By July 1844 GF published her first novel, Ellen Middleton: A Tale, in three volumes. Bibliographic Citation link.
1883 GF's biography entitled The Life of Elisabeth, Lady Falkland, 1585-1639, appears to have been her final work. Bibliographic Citation link.
19 January 1885 Following a long illness, GF died at her house, Ayrfield, in Bournemouth. Bibliographic Citation link.
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