A Short Biographical Dictionary of English Literature/Mulock, Dinah Maria

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Mulock, Dinah Maria (MRS. Craik) (1826-1887). -- Novelist, dau. of a Nonconformist minister of Irish descent. Beginning with stories for children, she developed into a prolific and popular novelist. Her best and most widely known book is John Halifax, Gentleman (1857), which had a wide popularity, and was translated into several languages. Others are The Head of the Family, Agatha's Husband, A Life for a Life, and Mistress and Maid. She also wrote one or two vols. of essays.