Place and Power by Ellen Thorneycroft Fowler


This story of destiny and how it plays out across two generations of British family and politics in the late nineteenth century is underpinned by Fowler’s Christianity and the moral background to the characters’ decisions.

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Ellen Thorneycroft Fowler (1860-1929) was an English author. She was the daughter of Henry Hartley Fowler, 1st Viscount Wolverhampton and her sister Edith Henrietta Fowler was also a novelist. In 1903 Ellen married Alfred Felkin, a senior teacher at the Royal Naval School at Mottingham near Eltham. Her works include: Songs and Sonnets (1888), Concerning Isabel Carnaby (1899), A Double Thread (1899), The Farringdons (1900), Love s Argument and Other Poems (1900), Fuel of Fire (1902), Place and Power (1903), Kate of Kate Hall (with Alfred Laurence Felkin) (1904), Miss Fallowfield s Fortune (1908), The Wisdom of Folly (1910), Her Ladyship s Conscience (1913) and Ten Degrees Backward (1915).


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