Emily Sarah Holt

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Emily Sarah Holt (1836-1893) was an English novelist.

Holt had written about fifty books, mainly for children. Most of Holt's work can be classified as historical novels. Holt's work has a Protestant religious theme.

Works[edit]

Novels unless otherwise stated

  • Memoirs Of Royal Ladies 2 volumes 1861
  • Mistress Margery 1868
  • Ashcliffe Hall 1870
  • Sister Rose 1870
  • Isoult Barry Of Wynscote, Her Diurnal Book 1871
  • Robin Tremayne 1872
  • The Well In The Desert 1872
  • Verena non-fiction 1873
  • The White Rose Of Langley 1875
  • Clare Avery 1876
  • Imogen 1876
  • For The Master's Sake 1877
  • Lettice Eden 1877
  • Margery's Son 1878
  • Lady Sybil's Choice 1879
  • Earl Hubert's Daughter 1880
  • The Maidens' Lodge 1880
  • Joyce Morrell's Harvest 1881
  • At Ye Grene Griffin 1882
  • Red And White 1882
  • Stephen Mainwaring's Wooing, With Other Fireside Tales (w others) (short stories) 1882
  • Not For Him 1883
  • The Way Of The Cross.. (short stories) 1883
  • John De Wycliffe, The First Of The Reformers biography 1884
  • Ye Olden Time non-fiction 1884]
  • The Lord Mayor 1884
  • Wearyholme 1884
  • The Lord Of The Marches 1884
  • A Tangled Web 1885
  • 'Feed My Sheep' non-fiction 1886
  • In All Time Of Our Tribulation fiction 1887
  • All For The Best 1887
  • The Slave Girl Of Pompeii 1887
  • Our Little Lady 1887
  • Out In The Forty-Five 1888
  • In Convent Walls 1888
  • King And Priest non-fiction 1888
  • The Pulpit And The Pews non-fiction 1888
  • A Talk With The Vicar non-fiction 1888
  • The King's Daughters 1888
  • It Might Have Been 1889
  • Minster Lovel 1890
  • Behind The Veil 1890
  • The White Lady Of Hazelwood 1891
  • Countess Maud 1892
  • One Snowy Night 1893
  • The Harvest Of Yesterday 1893
  • Princess Adelaide 1893
  • All's Well 1893
  • The Priest On His Throne, And The Priests At Their Altars essays 1894
  • Through The Storm 1895
  • The Gold That Glitters 1896
  • Lights In The Darkness biography 1896

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