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Frances Hodgson Burnett (1849) Options
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Frances Hodgson Burnett (1849)

Burnett, a British-American playwright and author, began writing professionally in her late teens in order to help support her struggling family. Her stories were initially printed in magazines, and her first novel was published in 1877. Her books for adults were well received, but it was her children's novels—particularly Little Lord Fauntleroy and The Secret Garden—that brought Burnett her greatest and most enduring success. How did her writings influence the fashions of the day? More...
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Her books influenced the fashion of the day with:

velvet Lord Fauntleroy suits being sold, as well as other Fauntleroy merchandise such as velvet collars, playing cards, and chocolates.
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Long ago I watchedLittle Lord Fauntleroy, A Little Princess and The Secret Garden films. They are very warmhearted.
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great children novels
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Very interesting read, as always, thank you....
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In her day not too many women were the breadwinner....just the bread baker.
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