Julia Pardoe

Standard Name: Pardoe, Julia
Birth Name: Julia Sophia Pardoe
Pseudonym: Miss Pardoe
Indexed Name: Julia S. H. Pardoe
The most common topics of Julia Pardoe 's writings were: Turkey, Hungary, French royalty, and fiction featuring women and marriage. Her prolific output in the early and middle years of Victoria's reign includes: three historical biographies; five travel books; about a dozen novels; at least three short story collections; at least two books of poetry; an introduction; a dramatic adaptation; a translation; and numerous periodical articles.
Photo of  a sketch of Julia Pardoe by John Lilley, 1849. Only her face is drawn in detail, with her neck and shoulders merely suggested. She is in semi-profile, with her hair in dark gleaming ringlets.
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