Curse of Clifton by Mrs. Southworth


A fast moving romance, originally published in the nineteenth century.
The story concerned with the trials of two related families, the Clifton cousins.


Curse Clifton – a story with the trials of two related families.

Curse Clifton published in the nineteenth century.

Old Mr Clifton – Patriarch of Clifton Place. Two beautiful daughters, Carolyn and Zuleime, and a beautiful young wife, Georgia. Georgia married at fifteen to the thrice widowed Mr Clifton.
Captain Archer Clifton, heir to Hardbargain Farm, the nephew of Old Mr Clifton. He engaged to marry his cousin, proud Carolyn Clifton.
The subtle machinations of Stepmother Georgia have caused Carolyn to break off the engagement. The wedding did not happen.

Emma Dorothy Southworth (1819-1899) wrote of more than 60 novels in the latter part of the 19th century. She probably the most widely read author of that era.
Southworth’s first story, The Irish Refugee, published in the Baltimore Saturday Visitor. Some of her earliest works appeared in The National Era, the newspaper that printed Uncle Tom’s Cabin. The bulk of her work appeared as a serial in Robert Bonner’s The New York Ledger. He widely read in the 1850s and 1860s.

Her first novel, Retribution, a serial for The National Era publish in book form in 1846. She gave up teach and became a regular contributor to various periodicals.
Her best known work The Hidden Hand. It first appeared in serial form in The New York Ledger in 1859. Serialized in 1868-69, and 1883. In book form first appearing in 1888. Her novels deal with the Southern United States during the post American Civil War.


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