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Rosemary Timperley 20 March — 9 November was a British novelist, short story writer and screenwriter. She wrote a wide range of fiction, publishing 66 novels in 33 years, and several hundred short stories, but is best remembered for her ghost stories which appear in many anthologies. She also edited several volumes of ghost stories. In the mids, while still working as a teacher, she started submitting short stories to magazines and newspapers, with the first, "Hot Air — and Penelope", being published in Illustrated 10 August Still writing, she left her job as a teacher to become a staff writer for Reveille magazine in , editing the personal advice column under the pen name Jane Blythe , readers' letters and writing a number of stories, feature articles and book reviews.

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Rosemary Timperley 20 March — 9 November was a British novelist, short story writer and screenwriter. She wrote a wide range of fiction, publishing 66 novels in 33 years, and several hundred short stories, but is best remembered for her ghost stories which appear in many anthologies.

She also edited several volumes of ghost stories. In the mids, while still working as a teacher, she started submitting short stories to magazines and newspapers, with the first, "Hot Air — and Penelope", being published in Illustrated 10 August Still writing, she left her job as a teacher to become a staff writer for Reveille magazine in , editing the personal advice column under the pen name Jane Blythe , readers' letters and writing a number of stories, feature articles and book reviews.

After writing a number of novels starting with A Dread of Burning in , she left Reveille to become a freelance writer, going on to write a number of radio and television scripts. By the early s she had separated from her husband, who died in , but she continued writing novels, short stories and scripts until her death on 9 November From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Rosemary Timperley. The Rosemary Timperley Homepage. Retrieved 23 February Categories : births deaths Alumni of King's College London People from Crouch End Ghost story writers English horror writers Women horror writers 20th-century English novelists English women novelists 20th-century British short story writers British women short story writers 20th-century British women writers Writers from London.

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Rosemary Timperley

This website is dedicated to Rosemary Timperley , an author of over sixty novels and hundreds of short stories and feature articles, the latter published in the magazine Reveille. Timperley was born in north London and sold her first short story to Illustrated magazine in She began her freelance writing career in after many years working as a school teacher and journalist. Among her most famous tales are the classic ghost stories "The Mistress in Black" and "Christmas Meeting"

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Harry by Rosemary Timperley Essay Questions

Why are they significant to the story? What is the purpose of repeating those symbols in the story? Support your answers with relevant examples from the short story. In this ghost story, it is not often that you would feel uneasy or frightened during the daytime. Sharp shadows on grass. White roses.

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Harry is a scary story about a woman whose young daughter has an imaginary friend. It is based on a classic ghost story by Rosemary Timperley. Such ordinary things make me afraid. My daughter Christine was five years old. It was a hot, sunny day and she was playing alone in the garden.

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