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Sir Hall Caine

From a portrait by R E Morrison
Born Thomas Henry Hall Caine
(1853-05-14)14 May 1853
Runcorn, Cheshire, England
Died 31 August 1931(1931-08-31) (aged 78)
Greeba Castle, Isle of Man
Resting place Maughold, Isle of Man
Occupation Writer
Nationality British
Period Victorian, Edwardian
Genre Novels, biography, religion
Subject romance
Spouse Mary Chandler (m. 1886–his death 1931)

Derwent Hall Caine
Gordon Hall Caine

That cry of the soul to be lifted out of the bondage of the narrow circle of life, which carries up to God the protest and yearning of suffering man, never finds a more sublime expression than where humanity is oppressed and religion is corrupt.
Hall Caine
Out of the depths, O Lord, out of the depths,' begins the most beautiful of the services of our church, and it is out of the depths of my life that I must bring the incidents of this story.
Hall Caine