Emily Clark

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This article is about the English novelist. For the South Australian philanthropist, see Caroline Emily Clark.

Emily Clark (fl. 1798–1833) was an English novelist of the 18th century.


  • Ianthé, or the Flower of Caernarvon (1798)
  • Ermina Montrose or The Cottage of the Vale (1800)
  • The Banks of the Douro, or, The Maid of Portugal (1805)
  • Poems (1810)
  • Tales at the Fireside (1817)
  • The Esquimaux (1819)

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