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Who is Alice Dudeney?
Alice Dudeney: Alice Louisa Dudeney was a British author and short story writer. The wife of Henry Dudeney, a fellow author and inventor of mathematical puzzles and games, she used the pen-name Mrs. Henry Dudeney for much of her literary career. She herself became a popular writer in her lifetime, often compared to Thomas Hardy for her portrayals of Sussex regional life, and had over fifty volumes of fiction published between 1898 and 1937.
- also known as Henry Dudeney
- born on (148 years ago) in Brighton
- Marriage with Henry Dudeney between and (46 years)
- died on (69 years ago) in Lewes
- written works: "Hagar of Homerton", "Maid's money"
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