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Esmè Stuart (1851–1934)

Author of Harum Scarum: A Poor Relation

Includes the names: Esmè Stuart, leroyamlieclaire, Esmè Stuart

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Esmè Stuart was a pseudonym used by Amélie Claire Leroy, a late-19th/early-20th-century English author who wrote over sixty novels, many of them aimed at young girls. She lived with the author Anna Rachel Bramston for some time, and adopted a daughter with her. Leroy is best remembered for her trilogy of novels about the 'Harum-Scarum Girl," a wild Australian girl who is sent to live with her aristocratic English relatives.
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