Jill, Lone Guide Ethel Talbot


Published: 1953


118 pages


Jill, Lone Guide  by  Ethel Talbot

Jill, Lone Guide by Ethel Talbot
1953 | Hardcover | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, ZIP | 118 pages | ISBN: | 10.26 Mb

A prolific English childrens author, known primarily for her girls school stories, Ethel Mary Talbot was born in 1880, in Sutton Coldfield. She was the daughter of Hugh Talbot, and his wife, Margaret Ellen Turrell, committed members of the Plymouth Brethren, and had at least eight sisters and one brother. The family moved frequently, and little is known of Talbots early years, or her education. As an adult, she settled in Edinburgh, where she shared a house with her friend and fellow school story author E.M.

de Foubert, from 1914 to 1916. Talbot remained in Edinburgh until the 1930s, at which point she moved to London. During WWII she moved to Haywards Heath, where she died in 1944.

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