Author:Ellen Wood

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Ellen Wood
(1814–1887)
An English novelist, better known as "Mrs. Henry Wood". She is perhaps remembered most for her 1861 novel East Lynne, but many of her books became international best-sellers, being widely received in the United States and surpassing Charles Dickens' fame in Australia. — Excerpted from Ellen Wood on Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Ellen Wood


Works[edit]

  • Danesbury House (1860)
  • East Lynne (1861)
  • The Elchester College Boys (1861)
  • A Life's Secret (1862)
  • Mrs. Halliburton's Troubles (1862)
  • The Channings (1862)
  • The Foggy Night at Offord: A Christmas Gift for the Lancashire Fund (1863)
  • The Shadow of Ashlydyat (1863)
  • Verner’s Pride (1863)
  • Lord Oakburn’s Daughters (1864)
  • Oswald Cray (1864)
  • Trevlyn Hold; or, Squire Trevlyn’s Heir (1864)
  • William Allair; or, Running away to Sea (1864)
  • Mildred Arkell: A Novel (1865)
  • Elster’s Folly: A Novel (1866)
  • St. Martin’s Eve: A Novel (1866)
  • Lady Adelaide’s Oath (1867)
  • Orville College: A Story (1867)
  • The Ghost of the Hollow Field (1867)
  • Anne Hereford: A Novel (1868)[12]
  • Castle Wafer; or, The Plain Gold Ring (1868)
  • The Red Court Farm: A Novel (1868)
  • Roland Yorke: A Novel (1869)
  • Bessy Rane: A Novel (1870)
  • George Canterbury’s Will (1870)
  • Dene Hollow (1871)
  • Within the Maze: A Novel (1872)
  • The Master of Greylands (1872)
  • Johnny Ludlow (1874)
  • Bessy Wells (1875)
  • Told in the Twilight: Containing “Parkwater” and nine shorter stories (1875)
  • Adam Grainger: A Tale (1876)
  • Edina (1876)
  • Our Children (1876)
  • Parkwater: With four other tales (1876)
  • Pomeroy Abbey (1878)
  • Lady Adelaide (1879)
  • Johnny Ludlow, Second Series (1880)
  • A Tale of Sin and Other Tales (1881)
  • Court Netherleigh: A Novel (1881)
  • About Ourselves (1883)
  • Johnny Ludlow. Third Series (1885)
  • Lady Grace and Other Stories (1887)
  • The Story of Charles Strange (1888)
  • Featherston's Story. A Tale by Johnny Ludlow (1889)
  • The Unholy Wish and Other Stories (1890)
  • The House of Halliwell. A Novel (1890)
  • Ashley and Other Stories (1897)
  • Johnny Ludlow. Sixth series (1899)

Works about Wood[edit]


Works by this author published before January 1, 1923 are in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago. Translations or editions published later may be copyrighted. Posthumous works may be copyrighted based on how long they have been published in certain countries and areas.