Lady Franklin of Russell Square

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Stonehouse Publishing, Oct 15, 2018 - Fiction - 264 pages
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Spring, 1847, and Lady Franklin is back in London expecting to greet her hero husband, polar explorer Sir John Franklin, upon his triumphant return from the Northwest Passage. But as weeks turn to months, she reluctantly grows into her public role as Franklin's steadfast wife, the "Penelope of England." In this novel that imagines a rich interior life of one of Victorian England's most intriguing women, the boundaries of friendship, propriety, and love are bound to collide.

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Erika Behrisch Elce teaches Victorian Literature and Culture at the Royal Military College of Canada. She lives in Kingston, Ontario.

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