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Hilary Baily (1936 - ) is an English writer and editor, first wife of Michael Moorcock, wellknown to the public for his science fiction and fantasy novels.Also H. Bailybegan his literary production writingscience fictionand fantasy stories, including The Fall of Frenchy Steiner (1964);Everything Blowing Up: An Adventure of Una Persson, Heroine of Time and Space (1980);In Reason's Ear (1965) andThe Notting Hill Series - Polly Put The Kettle On ( 1975) Mrs Mulvaney (1980) and As Time Goes By (1988). H. Baily's fame almost rests on her ability to re-present and go deeper into classic books by famous, past authors. Best examples of this production are All the Days of my Life (1984), an updated Daniel Defoe'sMoll Flanders (1722) that begins in 1941 and ends in 1996;Frankenstein's Bride(1995), a sequel to Mary Shelley's Frankenstein; Or, the Modern Prometheus(1818) in which the scientist keeps his word (mantiene la sua parola) and manufactures (crea) a bride for his Monster; The Strange Adventures of Charlotte Holmes: Sister of the More Famous Sherlock (1994) created by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle in 1887; Miles and Flora: A Sequel to Henry James' The Turn of the Screw of 1898 and Mrs Rochester: A Sequel to Jane Eyre written by Charlotte Brontin 1847,both publishedin 1997. Her most recent successesare the thrillers Connections (2000) and Fifty First State (2008) and the historical novels - All The Days of My Life (1985), A Stranger To Herself (1989),The Cry From Street To Street (1992),Cassandra, Princess of Troy (1993), Elizabeth and Lily(1997), After the Cabaret (1998);The Autobiography of the Queen (2007) and Diana: The Ghost Biography (2008) both written with with Emma Tennant.
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