E. M. Hull
Standard Name: Hull, E. M.
Birth Name: Edith Maud Henderson
Married Name: Edith Maud Winstanley Hull
Used Form: Edith Maude Hull
Between 1919 and 1939 The Sheik, virtually established the conventions of the genre. It became a huge best-seller, as well as a highly successful Hollywood film starring . 's novels tend to feature exotic settings and romance between much older men and the women they eventually win to love them.produced seven novels, among them her three famous desert romances, and one travel book. Her first novel, the ground-breaking desert romance
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Hull, E. M., and C. W. Hull. Camping in the Sahara. Eveleigh Nash and Grayson, 1926.
Saunders, Kate, and E. M. Hull. “Introduction”. The Sheik, Virago, 1996, p. v - xi.
Hull, E. M. The Captive of Sahara. Methuen, 1931.
Hull, E. M. The Desert Healer. Small, Maynard, 1923.
Hull, E. M. The Forest of Terrible Things. Hutchinson, 1939.
Hull, E. M. The Lion-Tamer. Dodd, Mead, 1928.
Hull, E. M. The Shadow of the East. Eveleigh Nash and Grayson, 1921.
Hull, E. M. The Shadow of the East. Small, Maynard, 1922.
Hull, E. M. The Sheik. Eveleigh Nash, 1919.
Hull, E. M. The Sheik. University of Pennsylvania Press, 2001.
Hull, E. M. The Sons of the Sheik. Eveleigh Nash and Grayson, 1925.