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Corelli, Marie

Line breaks: Marie Co|relli
Pronunciation: /kəˈrɛli
 
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Definition of Corelli, Marie in English:

( 1855–1924), English writer of romantic fiction; pseudonym of Mary Mackay. The sales of her novels Thelma (1887), Barabbas (1893), and The Sorrows of Satan (1895) broke all existing records for book sales, although popularity was not matched by critical acclaim.

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