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Caroline Clive

Caroline Clive, sometimes Caroline Wigley Clive, (born June 24, 1801 in Brompton Grove, London; died July 13, 1872 in Whitfield, Herefordshire) was an English author.

She was the daughter of Edmund Wigley of Shakenhurst, Worcestershire. She married, in 1840, the Rev. Archer Clive. She published, over the signature "V.", eight volumes of poetry, but is best known as the author of Paul Ferroil (1855), a sensational novel, and Why Paul Ferroll killed his Wife (1860).

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  • This article incorporates text from the Encyclopædia Britannica Eleventh Edition, a publication now in the public domain.

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