Catherine Selden

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Catherine Selden (dates not known) was a Gothic novelist of the early 19th century.

She wrote seven novels. Her first was The English Nun (1797), written in imitation of Diderot. She was also an imitator of the work of Ann Radcliffe.

Other novels[edit]

  • The Count de Santerre (1797)
  • Serena (1800)
  • Villa Nova: or, The Ruined Castle (1805)
  • Villa Santelle, or The Curious Impertinent (1817)
  • The English Nun: a Novel London 1797
  • German Letters, Translator, Cork 1804