The novelist Catherine Crowe died at the age of 68. Here is all you want to know, and more!
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A nineteenth-century English author, she is best known for her debut novel, The Adventures of Susan Hopley (1841). The work was followed by other popular novels, including Men and Women, The Story of Lily Dawson, and Linny Lockwood.
She grew up in Kent, England. She later married and had a son with Major John Crowe.
A great many things have been pronounced untrue and absurd, and even impossible, by the highest authorities in the age in which they lived, which have afterwards, and, indeed, within a very short period, been found to be both possible and true.
I cannot but think that it would be a great step if mankind could familiarise themselves with the idea that they are spirits incorporated for a time in the flesh re spirits incorporated for a time in the flesh.
What a man has made himself he will be; his state is the result of his past life, and his heaven or hell is in himself.