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Azel Stevens Roe (1798–1886)

Roe, Azel Stevens. An American novelist; born in New York City, Aug. 16, 1798; died at East Windsor Hill, CT, Jan. 1, 1886. He left the wine business for the production of literature, attaining considerable success. He wrote: ‘James Mountjoy’ (1850); ‘To Love and be Loved’ (1852); ‘Time and Tide; or, Strive and Win’ (1852); ‘A Long Look Ahead’ (1855); ‘The Star and the Cloud’ (1856); ‘True to the Last’ (1859); ‘How Could He Help It?’ (1860); ‘Looking Around’ (1865); ‘Woman Our Angel’ (1866); ‘The Cloud in the Heart’ (1869); ‘Resolution’ (1871); and ‘True Love Rewarded’ (1877).