This biography offers an intimate look at the lives of Ellen Terry, one of the most famous actresses of the Victorian era, and her sisters Florence and Marion. Written by a close friend of the family, it provides detailed accounts of their childhood, their rise to fame on the London stage, and their personal lives and relationships. With its engaging prose and insider's perspective, this volume is a must-read for anyone interested in the history of theater and performance.
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