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The Library of the World’s Best Literature. An Anthology in Thirty Volumes. 1917.

Mary Eleanor Wilkins Freeman (1852–1930)

Wilkins, Mary Eleanor (Freeman). An American author; born at Randolph, MA, in 1852; died in 1930. Her works, studies of New England country life, are: ‘The Adventures of Ann’ (1886); ‘A Humble Romance’ (1887); ‘A New England Nun’ (1891); and ‘Young Lucretia’ (1892), collections of short stories; ‘Giles Corey, Yeoman’ (1893), a play; ‘Jane Field’ (1893); ‘Pembroke’ (1894), novels; ‘The Long Arm’ (1895); ‘The Givers’ (1904); ‘Doc Gordon’ (1906); ‘By the Light of the Soul’ (1907); ‘Shoulders of Atlas’ (1908); ‘Green Door’ (1910); ‘Butterfly House’ (1912); ‘Copy-Cat and Other Stories’ (1914). (See Critical and Biographical Introduction).