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Author Russell, Lindsay, 1883-1964, author

Title Smouldering fires / by P. Lindsay Russell
Edition Fifth edition
Published Melbourne : Fraser & Jenkins, 1913
Melbourne : Fraser & Jenkinson, 1913

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 ADPML SPC  827.02 R9645 A6/SF/1913  LIB USE ONLY
Description x, 417 pages ; 21 cm
Summary This is a novel written by Ethel Patricia Stonehouse under the name of Lindsay Russell. She was born in Nhill in 1883 and was educated at Charlton State School. From 1894 on she wrote verse and short stories and worked as a journalist in Melbourne. She published her first novel in Melbourne in 1912 and lived for a time in London where she met Dr John Scott whom she married in 1914. After the First World War she came to live at Mortlake and her novel writing ceased. Most of her novels are about women rebelling - against Catholicism, Calvinism, the English class system and the restraints of marriage. Her railings against the Catholic Church and the oppression of women caused her to be a controversial figure, especially in Mortlake, but she was a popular novelist with one of her books, 'Smouldering Fires', selling over 100,000 copies in Australia alone. She died in 1964
Subject Catholic Church -- Clergy -- Sexual behavior -- Fiction.
Australian fiction -- 20th century.
Christian fiction -- 20th century.
Women in the Catholic Church -- Fiction.
Genre/Form Fiction.