The New Student's Reference Work/Broughton, Rhoda

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Broughton (bra̤'tŭn or brou'tŭn), Rhoda, an English novelist, was born in North Wales, November 29, 1840, and for forty years has actively been engaged in the production of fiction. In 1867 she made her successful début with her popular novel, Cometh Up as a Flower, which was followed by Not Wisely but Too Well and in 1870 by Red as a Rose is She. Her later stories include Nancy, Joan, Second Thoughts, Belinda, Dr. Cupid, Alas! Dear Faustina, The Game and the Candle, Foes in Law and Lavinia.