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Author: Wood, Ellen

Pseudonyms:Wood, Mrs Henry
Spouse/other names:Ellen Price Wood
Year of birth:1814
Year of death:1887
About her personal situation:Standardizingjuly12il Origin: • Location where born : Worcester - England • Location where died : London - England National identity : • Nationality : British • Mother tongue : English Marital status : - married (to Henry Wood 1836) Number of children : - 5 ( 3 boys – 2 girls) Social class / position: - unknown Religion - unknown Education - Well educated

Relations to other authors:
Friend of Carey, Rosa Nouchette

About her professional situation:Standardizingjuly12il Profession(s) and activities: - writer Languages in which she published : - English Collaboration/connections with male authors/important figures : - unknown Memberships : - unknown
Elements of bibliography:MENTIONED IN: - Buck, Guide to women's literature, 1992: "Her second novel East Lynne was higly succesful, selling over 2.5 million copies by 1900". "Most of her works are novels of sensation underscored by a rigid Victorian morality". - Cambr, Nat Biogr. - De Vries, Een stad vol lezers, 2011
Websites: Literary heritage
The Ellen Wood website
A Celebration of women writers

Editors: Marleen Dek (update on 12 December 2009)
Suzan van Dijk (update on 10 January 2011)
Isabel Lousada (update on 08 April 2011)
Suzan van Dijk (update on 05 February 2012)
Suzan van Dijk (update on 05 February 2012)
Isabel Lousada (update on 13 July 2012)
Isabel Lousada (update on 13 July 2012)

Works written by this author

E 1 *A fatal step (1880)
E 2 *Across the stream (1872)
E 3 *Cora ()
E 4 *De Sonsbergen, eene familiegeschiedenis (De Sonsbergen, a family history) ()
E 5 *De bouwknecht van Westhoeve (The construction servant of Westhoeve) ()
E 6 *Disappeared without a trace (Sporløst forsvunden) ()
E 7 *Door vuur en water (Through fire and water) ()
E 8 *Ellen Wood, the author ()
E 9 *Gescheiden en hereenigd (Seperated and reunited) ()
E 10 *Helena Vernon ()
E 11 *Het verdwenen codicil (The lost codicil) (1863)
E 12 *In het doolhof (In the maze) ()
E 13 *In nacht en storm (In night and tempest) ()
E 14 *Op krediet (On credit) ()
E 15 *The sisters on Cliff Farm (Søstrene paa Klippegaarden) ()
E 16 A Hunt by Moonlight (1868)
E 17 A life's secret (1867)
E 18 Adam Grainger (1876)
E 19 Anne Hereford (1868)
E 20 Bessy Rane (1870)
E 21 Court Netherleigh (1881)
E 22 Danesbury House (1860)
E 23 Dene Hollow (1871)
E 24 East Lynne (1861)
E 25 Edina (1876)
E 26 Elster's folly (1866)
E 27 George Canterbury's Will (1870)
E 28 Helen Whitney's Wedding & Other Tales (1885)
E 29 Lady Adelaide's oath (1867)
E 30 Lord Oakburn's daughters (1864)
E 31 Martin Ware's Temptation (1863)
E 32 Mildred Arkell (1865)
E 33 Mrs. Halliburton's troubles (1862)
E 34 Orville College (1867)
E 35 Oswald Cray (1864)
E 36 Parkwater, or; Told in the twilight (1875)
E 37 Pomeroy Abbey (1878)
E 38 Roland Yorke (1869)
E 39 St. Martin's Eve (1866)
E 40 The Channings (1862)
E 41 The Johnny Ludlow Stories (1874)
E 42 The Master of Greylands (1873)
E 43 The Mystery of Jessy Page & Other Stories ()
E 44 The Red Court Farm (1868)
E 45 The Story of Dorothy Grape; Lady Jenkins; The angels' music ()
E 46 The foggy night at Offord (1863)
E 47 The ghost of the hollow (1867)
E 48 The master of Greylands. (1873)
E 49 The shadow of Ashlydyat (1863)
E 50 Trevlyn Hold (1864)
E 51 Verner's pride (1863)
E 52 Within the maze (1872)

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