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

Mary Louisa Stewart Molesworth (1839–1921)

Molesworth, Mrs. Mary Louisa (Stewart) [“Ennis Graham”]. An English novelist and writer for children; born of Scotch parentage at Rotterdam, Holland, May 29, 1839; died in 1921. She lived several years in France and Germany. Among her works are the novels: ‘Lover and Husband’ (new ed. 1873); ‘She was Young and He was Old’ (1872); ‘Cicely’ (1874); ‘Miss Bouverie’ (1880); and the juveniles ‘Tell Me a Story’ (1875); ‘Carrots’ (1876); ‘Children of the Castle’ (1890); ‘Hollow Tree House,’ etc. (1894); ‘The Laurel Walk’; ‘Peterkin.’