Standard Name: Eden, Emily
Birth Name: Emily Eden
Styled: the Honourable
Shortly after the middle of the nineteenth century, India. She also published a collection of her water-colour sketches, and further letters reached print after her death.published two novels (one of them begun during the 1830s) and a volume of her letters from
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Thompson, Edward John, and Emily Eden. “Introduction”. Up the Country, Curzon Press, 1978, p. ix - xiv.
Claridge, Elizabeth, Edward John Thompson, Emily Eden, and Edward John Thompson. “Introduction”. Up the Country, Virago, 1983, p. v - xx.
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