Amelia Opie (novelist)
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Who is Amelia Opie?
Amelia Opie, née Alderson, was an English author who published numerous novels in the Romantic Period of the early 19th century, through 1828.
- born on (245 years ago) in Norwich
- nationality: England
- profession: Novelist, poet
- with John Opie since
- died on (161 years ago)
- written works: "The father and daughter", "Adeline Mowbray", "The Warrior's Return And Other Poems", "The black velvet pelisse", "Valentine's eve", "Tales of real life", "Elegy to the memory of the late Duke of Bedford", "Illustrations of lying, in all its branches", "Detraction displayed", "Simple tales", "The black velvet pelisse. And the mother and son", "The black velvet pelisse, or, The reward of generosity", "New tales", "The brother and sister", "The robber ; and The revenge", "The warrier's return", "Murder will out", "Temper, or, Domestic scenes", "The works of Mrs. Amelia Opie"
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