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The Library of the World’s Best Literature. An Anthology in Thirty Volumes. 1917.

Helen Mathers (1853–1920)

Mathers, Helen Buckingham (Reeves). An English novelist; born at Crewkerne, Somersetshire, Aug. 26, 1853; died in 1920. Her novels treat of domestic English life, and are exceedingly popular. They include: ‘Comin’ through the Rye’ (1875); ‘The Token of the Silver Lily,’ a poem (1876); ‘Cherry Ripe’ (1877); ‘As He Comes up the Stair’ (1878); ‘The Land of the Leal’ (1878); ‘My Lady Green Sleeves’ (1879); ‘The Story of a Sin’ (1881); ‘Sam’s Sweetheart’ (1883); ‘Eyre’s Acquittal’ (1884); ‘Jock o’ Hazeldean’ (1884); ‘Found Out’ (1885); ‘Murderer Manslaughter?’ (1885); ‘The Fashion of this World’ (1886); ‘A Study of a Woman’ (1893); ‘A Man of To-day’; ‘Venus Victrix’; ‘Gay Lawless’; ‘Love, the Thief.’