Fanny Howe Quote: “I grew up reading 19th-century novels…”

I grew up reading 19th-century novels and late Victorian children’s books, so I try for a good story full of coincidence and error, landscape and weather. However, the world was radically changed during my lifetime, and I tell of that battering as best I can.

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Name: Fanny Howe
Profession: Poet
Nationality: American
Birthday: October 15, 1940
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