Caroline Elizabeth Sarah Norton
Caroline Elizabeth Sarah Norton was a famous British society beauty, feminist, social reformer, and author of the early and mid nineteenth century.
Youth and Marriage
Caroline was born in London, England to Thomas Sheridan and Caroline Henrietta Callander. Her father was an actor, soldier, and colonial administrator, and the son of the prominent Irish playwright and Whig statesman Richard Brinsley Sheridan. Her mother was Scottish, the daughter of a landed gentleman, Col. Sir James Callander of Craigforth and Lady Elizabeth MacDonnell, the sister of an Irish peer, Lord Antrim. Mrs. Sheridan authored three short novels described by one her daughter's biographers... more »
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- My Heart Is Like A Withered Nut!
- I do not love Thee
- The Arab's Farewell To His Horse
- A Voice From The Factories
- Love Not
- I Was Not False To Thee
- We Have Been Friends Together
- As When From Dreams Awaking
- First Love
- Escape From The Snares Of Love
- I Cannot Love Thee!
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