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George W. M. Reynolds

a.k.a. George William MacArthur Reynolds

Author Code: EGRY

Born: Jul. 23, 1814 - Sandwich, Kent, England

Died: Jun. 19, 1879 - London, England

Educated at Dr. Nance's School in Kent, and at the Royal Military College at Sandhurst, Reynolds had intended to pursue a military career, but due to the death of his parents in 1829, decided to devote his time to literature. In 1835, he published The Youthful Imposter, which sold well. He spent a year in France and became a French citizen. He returned to England in 1836 following a failed venture. He published a series of works until 1844, when his masterpiece, the Mysteries of London appeared to critical acclaim. Most of Reynolds' work appeared serialized in 'penny dreadfuls'. During his lifetime, he also founded the Reynolds' Miscellany and the London Journal. His many works include The Modern Literature of France (1839), Wagner, the Wehr-Wolf (1847), Pope Joan, the Female Pontiff (1951), The Necromancer (1852), Loves of the Harem (1855), The Empress Eugenie's Boudoir (1856) and Mary Queen of Scots (1859).

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