It was a start. As a journalist,
Mary Ann (now calling herself Marian) mixed with London's most
able minds. Charles Dickens, author of Oliver Twist,
was among those impressed by her.
Mary Ann had beaten her
own shyness and broken painfully with a traditional upbringing.
Now she had even found herself a career. But much was still lacking
in her life...
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