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Eliza Margaret Jane Gollan, Mrs. Von Booth later Mrs. Humphreys (1856-1938), was a prolific British author who wrote over 70 novels under the pseudonym Rita. Her works include: Vivienne (1877), Like Dian's Kiss (1878), Countess Daphne (1880), My Lady Coquette (1881), Faustine (1882), After Long Grief and Pain (1883), My Two Bad Blue Eyes (1884), Corinna (1885), Gretchen (1887), The Mystery of a Turkish Bath (1888), Sheba: A Study of Girlhood (1889), Miss Kate; or, Confessions of a Caretaker (1889), The Doctor's Secret (1890), A Society Scandal (1890), The Man in Possession (1893), The Ending of My Day (1894), Master Wilberforce: A Study of a Boy (1895), Vignettes (1896), Good Mrs. Hypocrite (1897), Petticoat Loose (1898), Adrienne: A Romance of French Life (1898), An Old Rogue's Tragedy (1899), Vanity: The Confessions of a Court Modiste (1900), The Sin of Jasper Standish (1901), The Lie Circumspect (1902), The Jesters (1903), The Masqueraders (1904), Queer Lady Judas (1905), Saba Macdonald (1906), A Man of No Importance (1907), The Pointing Finger (1907), The Millionaire Girl and Other Stories (1908), The House Called Hurrish (1909), That is to Say - (1910), America: Through English Eyes (1911), Only an Actress (1911), The House Opposite (1912), Diana of the Ephesians (1919), The Make-Believers (1920), 'When the Wicked Man' and Other Stories (1920) and her autobiography Recollections of a Literary Life (1936).