Bertha Thomas

Standard Name: Thomas, Bertha


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By 1 December 1877
Bertha Thomas published the first of her novels, Proud Maisie, anonymously.
By 10 July 1880
Bertha Thomas published The Violin-Player, a novel that first appeared serially in London Society.
By 14 July 1883
Bertha Thomas contributed a biography of George Sand to the Eminent Women series.
By 19 March 1887
Bertha Thomas published her novelElizabeth's Fortune, which originally appeared in London Society.
Bertha Thomas published her last novel, The Son of the House. Her last book, a volume of stories, came twelve years later.
Bertha Thomas released her last published work, Picture Tales from the Welsh Hills.