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Hélène Gingold dabbled in many genres. During the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, she wrote four books of poetry, three novels, two short story collections, two plays, and two volumes of satirical sketches of persons in the world of high finance. Though initially well received, she and her works have largely been forgotten.
About 1866 Author HG must have been born about this year, if she is the 'Helen Gingold' listed in the British census of 1881 as aged fifteen. Bibliographic Citation link.  scholarly note link.
By 8 August 1885 HG published her first book: the three-volume novel Steyneville; or, Fated Fortunes: Being the Memoirs of an Unextraordinary Man. Bibliographic Citation link.
By early November 1918 HG published Visions of Mine Head, her fourth book of poems and her final work. Bibliographic Citation link.
1926 HG died, probably aged about sixty, though her own account would make her eight years younger. Bibliographic Citation link.
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