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F. Tennyson Jesse

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Fryniwyd Tennyson Jesse Harwood (born Wynifried (Winifred) Margaret Jesse; 1 March 1888 – 6 August 1958) was an English criminologist, journalist and author (she also wrote as Wynifried Margaret Tennyson). Early life and marriage Fryniwyd was the second of three daughters of the Reverend Eustace Tennyson D'Eyncourt Jesse (1853-1928) and Edith Louisa James (1866-1941), and a great-niece of the poet Alfred, Lord Tennyson. Her older sister, Stella Mary Jesse (1887-1942) was also an author, best remembered for her novel Eve in Egypt (1929). Her younger sister, Edith Mary Ermyntrude was born in 1890, but died in infancy. Fryniwyd married Harold Marsh Harwood (1874–1959), a businessman and theatre manager, in September 1918. "Fryn" is a self-made contraction of "Wynifried". Books Her most notable books include A Pin to See the Peepshow (London, W. Heinemann Ltd, 1934; Virago Modern Classics; British Library Women Writers), a fictional treatment of the case of Edith
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