Marie Corelli was the pen name of Mary MacKay (1855-1924). She was the best selling author of her time, writing 27 novels,
several collections of short stories, a book of verse, and a number of essays. The collection consists of correspondence,
literary manuscripts, and a scrapbook containing clippings and ephemera.
Marie Corelli was the pen name of Mary MacKay, born May 1, 1855 in Bayswater, London, England; she was the best selling author
of her time, writing 27 novels, several collections of short stories, a book of verse, and a number of essays; most popular
works include The Sorrows of Satan, or, The Strange Experiences of One Geoffrey Tempest, Millionaire: A Romance (1895), Thelma: A Society Novel (1887), and Barabbas: A Dream of the World's Tragedy (1893); died April 21, 1924.
2 boxes (1 linear ft.)
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