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E. H. Young

a.k.a. Emily Hilda Young

Author Code: EEHY

Born: Mar. 21, 1880 - Whitley, Northumberland, England

Died: Aug. 9, 1949 - Bradford-on-Avon, Wiltshire, England

Educated at Gateshead Secondary School and Penrhos College in Wales, Young married Arthur Daniell in 1902 and moved to Clifton near Bristol. In 1910, she published her first book, A Corn of Wheat, which was well-received. Her husband was killed in World War I and she moved to London to be near her lover, Ralph Henderson, and his wife who shared their sexual proclivities. She began a productive period that lasted through the 1930s and made her a best-selling author of the time. Regrettably, her work has been ignored in more recent times. When Henderson's wife died, the couple moved to Bradford-on-Avon in Wiltshire. Her novel Miss Mole won the 1930 James Tail Black Award for fiction. Her other works include Moor Fires (1916), The Misses Mallett (1922), The Vicar's Daughter (1927), Jenny Wren (1932), The Curate's Wife (1934), Celia (1937), Caravan Island (1940), River Holiday (1942) and Chatterton Square (1947).

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EEHY003 The Misses Mallett 1922 150 601k eBook Download PDF - 'The Misses Mallett' (EEHY003)   Download ePub - 'The Misses Mallett' (EEHY003) Find a printed copy of The Misses Mallett by E. H. Young at AbeBooks
EEHY001 Moor Fires 1916 229 661k eBook Download PDF - 'Moor Fires' (EEHY001)   Download ePub - 'Moor Fires' (EEHY001) Find a printed copy of Moor Fires by E. H. Young at AbeBooks
EEHY002 Yonder 1912 189 647k eBook Download PDF - 'Yonder' (EEHY002)   Download ePub - 'Yonder' (EEHY002) Find a printed copy of Yonder by E. H. Young at AbeBooks

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