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Who is Agnes Castle?
Agnes Castle was an author and the wife of Egerton Castle.
- profession: Author
- Marriage with Egerton Castle
- died in (93 years ago)
- written works: "The Bath Comedy", "The composer", "Diamond cut paste", "Incomparable Bellairs", "Wolf-lure", "Pamela Pounce", "The hope of the house", "The house of romance", "Panther's cub", "Minniglen", "Little hours in great days", "The heart of Lady Anne", "The Golden Barrier", "The lost Iphigenia", "The star dreamer", "John Seneschal's Margaret", "Wroth", "Forlorn adventures", "Flower o' the orange and other stories", "Our sentimental garden"
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by Hamilton Wright Mabie, Lucia Isabella Gilbert Runkle, George Henry Warner
'The Bath 7omedy> (these last two novels written with lis wife, Agnes Castle) ; < Desperate Remedies * a play written for Richard Mansfield) ; < The jecret Orchard' (1900) (dramatized for Mr. and Urs. Kendal); ...
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