Marie Corelli

A Romance of Two Worlds


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The book starts with a young heroine telling her story of coping with a debilitating illness that includes depression and thoughts of suicid…

The Secret Power


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This Marie Corelli novel falls in the realm of fantasy and science fiction with a steampunk element. The story centers around Morgana Royal,…

The Sorrows of Satan - Or, the Strange Experience of One Geoffrey Tempest, Mill…


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In this 1895 Faustian novel by British author Marie Corelli, we follow the journey of Geoffrey Tempest. Initially a starving and penniless w…

My First Book


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This is not a children's book, as may be supposed from the title, but a collection of essays first published in The Idler magazine, in which…

The Young Diana


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Poor Diana May. Her fiancé has jilted her, her parents think she is an encumbrance and no one recognises her intelligence. She seems …

Ziska


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The story revolves around the mysterious Princess Ziska, who captivates a set of European tourists who are spending time in exotic Egypt. Th…

The Life Everlasting: A Reality of Romance


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Marie Corelli's book The Life Everlasting examines the world of past lives, mysticism, secret societies and twin souls against a backdrop of…

The Strange Visitation


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The Strange Visitation is a Christmas ghost story in the spirit of Dickens' A Christmas Carol. It was commissioned by the Strand as a supple…

Stories by English Authors: London


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This book collects seven short stories by some of England's best turn-of-the-(last)-century's writers. The collection begins with the humor …

Ardath


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Victorian-era writer Marie Corelli’s epic work Ardath, The Story of a Dead Self, is filled with supernatural and gothic themes. We meet The…

The Murder of Delicia


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The following slight and unelaborated sketch of a very commonplace and everyday tragedy will, I am aware, meet with the unqualified disappro…