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Standard Name: Skene, Felicia
Birth Name: Felicia Mary Frances Skene
Pseudonym: A Seven Years' Resident of Greece
Pseudonym: Francis Scougal
Pseudonym: Erskine Moir
Hidden Depths, 1866, a realist novel about prostitution.published in a wide variety of genres, including devotional works and religious memoirs, novels, and poetry. She wrote regularly for periodicals. She was a well-known philanthropist and published many of her works to raise money for her favourite charities. Her most significant work is
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Skene, Felicia. A Memoir of Alexander, Bishop of Brechin. J. Masters, 1876.
Skene, Felicia. A Strange Inheritance. W. Blackwood and Sons, 1886.
Skene, Felicia. Dewdrops. A. R. Mowbray, 1888.
Skene, Felicia. Hidden Depths. Edmonston and Douglas, 1866.
Skene, Felicia. Scenes from a Silent World. W. Blackwood and Sons, 1889.
Skene, Felicia. Scenes from a Silent World; or, Prisons and their Inmates. Cambridge University Press, 2010, http://www.cambridge.org/series/sSeries.asp?code=CLOR.
Skene, Felicia. The Divine Master. J. Masters, 1852.
Skene, Felicia. The Inheritance of Evil. J. Masters, 1849.
Skene, Felicia. The Isles of Greece, and Other Poems. R. Grant; Longman, 1843.
Skene, Felicia. The Lesters. W. H. Allen, 1887.
Skene, Felicia, and Christopher Wordsworth. The Life of Alexander Lycurgus, Archbishop of the Cyclades. Rivingtons, 1877.
Skene, Felicia. The Ministry of Consolation. 1854.
Skene, Felicia. The Shadow of the Holy Week. Masters, 1883.
Skene, Felicia. The Tutor’s Ward. Colburn, 1851, p. 2 vols.
Skene, Felicia. Through the Shadows. Elliot Stock, 1888.
Skene, Felicia. Use and Abuse. Francis and John Rivington, 1849.
Skene, Felicia. Use and Abuse; Hidden Depths. Garland, 1975.
Skene, Felicia. Wayfaring Sketches Among the Greeks and Turks, and on the Shores of the Danube. Chapman and Hall, 1847.