Murder of Delicia.

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Skeffington , London
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This book will appeal to any woman who has had her intellectual and spiritual nature retarded by an overbearing man. Marie Corelli (1 May - 21 April ) was a British novelist.

the 'murder of Delicia' was consummated at the hands of her husband precisely in the. Get this from a library. The murder of Delicia. [Marie Corelli; Skeffington & Son,; Colston & Coy,] -- A beautiful and wealthy lady novelist, Delicia Vaughan, marries Lord Carlyon, a charming cad, who spends her money and treats her with callous neglect.

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XIX The Murder of Delicia CHAPTER I A flood of warm spring sunshine poured its full radiance from the south through the large, square lattice-window of Delicia's study, flashing a golden smile of recognition on Delicia herself and on all the objects surrounding her.

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She enjoyed a period of great literary success from the publication of her first novel in until World War I. Sales of Corelli's novels exceeded the combined sales of popular contemporaries, including. The Murder of Delicia by Marie Corelli ( - ). The following slight and unelaborated sketch of a very commonplace and everyday tragedy will, I am aware, meet with the unqualified disapproval of the 'superior' sex.

Genre/Form: Fiction: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Corelli, Marie, Murder of Delicia. London, Skeffington & Son, (OCoLC) Portion of upper edge of rear panel abraded, inner hinges split but discreetly strengthened and holding firm, a good copy overall with an attractive spine and clean interior.

# $ Collects five stories in addition to Delicia, which is a short novel, a melodramatic murder story. The Murder of Delicia by Marie Corelli. The first edition of The Murder of Delicia was launched to the market in the year Within the very first year, more t copies of the book were sold.

Hence, you can also think about adding it to the list of most valuable books that belong to 19 th Century. It was the most popular. Title: The Murder of Delicia () Author Name: Corelli, Marie Categories: First Editions, A - New Stock, Edition: 1st Edition Publisher: London, Skeffington & Co.

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The Murder of Delicia, her tenth book, has an attractive, wildly successful writer for a protagonist (a tradition that certain modern writers continue to uphold *cough* Steven King *cough*). Although this character went down okay with readers, contemporary critics considered Delicia to be a poorly-disguised and self-aggrandising portrait of the.