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George Manville Fenn (1831–1909)

Fenn, George Manville. An English story-writer; born in London, Jan. 3, 1831; died in 1909. He graduated from journalism into fiction, gaining prominence by ‘Eli’s Children’ (1882), a tale of clerical life; ‘The Golden Magnet’ (1884), a story for boys; ‘The Master of the Ceremonies’ (1886), a novel of old-fashioned England; ‘Uncle Bart’ (1900); ‘Old Gold.’