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Eliza Keary (1827–1918)

Author of The Heroes of Asgard: Tales from Scandinavian Mythology

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Eliza Keary was born in Yorkshire, England, a daughter of William Keary, an Irish clergyman and former army chaplain, and his wife Lucy Plumer of Bilton Hall. Her older sister Annie also became a writer and the two collaborated on three books for children, including The Heroes of Asgard (1857). They were befriended by the novelist Charles Kingsley and his family. She also wrote a memoir of her sister Annie and published poetry that has lately received some attention from feminist scholars.
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