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Edward Payson Roe (1838–1888)

Roe, Edward Payson. An American novelist; born in Orange County, NY, March 7, 1838; died at Cornwall, NY, July 19, 1888. His first novel, ‘Barriers Burned Away’ (1872), met with immediate success, and was followed by ‘What Can She Do?’ (1873); ‘The Opening of a Chestnut Burr’ (1874); ‘From Jest to Earnest’ (1875); ‘Near to Nature’s Heart’ (1876); ‘A Knight of the Nineteenth Century’ (1877); ‘A Face Illumined’ (1878); ‘A Day of Fate’ (1880); ‘Without a Home’ (1880); ‘His London Rivals’ (1883); ‘A Young Girl’s Wooing’ (1884); ‘Nature’s Serial Story’ (1884); ‘An Original Belle’ (1885); ‘Driven Back to Eden’ (1885); ‘He Fell in Love with his Wife’ (1886); ‘The Earth Trembled’ (1887); ‘A Hornet’s Nest’ (1887); ‘Found, Yet Lost’ (1888); ‘Miss Lou’ (1888); and ‘Taken Alive, and Other Stories.’