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In a publishing career that spanned nearly forty years of the nineteenth century and a couple of decades of the twentieth, Agnes Giberne issued more than 108 books. Her bibliography is still not properly elucidated, since most of her books appeared undated; many went through several editions; and so many copies were read to pieces that some editions or reprints have left no examples surviving. They include tales and stories for young adults, historical fiction, pioneering popular science books, scholarship, an important biography, and religious writing.
19 November 1845 AG was born at Belgaum in Karnataka, India (near the Western Ghats mountain range), one of several daughters in her family. Bibliographic Citation link.  scholarly note link.
1895 AG published A Lady of England. The Life and Letters of Charlotte Maria Tucker; the main title is the pseudonym under which Tucker published, in the form 'A. L. O. E.' Bibliographic Citation link.
1929 It appears that AG's last work was Capitalism and the Common Good, co-authored this year with H. J. Marshall, published for the London Municipal Society and Ratepayers' Union. Bibliographic Citation link.
20 August 1939 AG died at the age of ninety-four, in a nursing home at Eastbourne. Bibliographic Citation link.
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