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1 May 1855 – 21 April 1924

Marie Corelli (1855–1924) was a highly popular and controversial British novelist who gained immense fame with her debut novel, A Romance of Two Worlds (1886).

Her work often explored themes of the occult, spirituality, and social issues. Despite facing criticism from literary circles, Corelli enjoyed tremendous commercial success and a dedicated fan base.

Her novels, such as The Sorrows of Satan (1895) and Thelma (1887), were bestsellers, selling millions of copies worldwide.