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Mary Eleanor Wilkins Freeman

Mary Eleanor Wilkins Freeman was an American novelist (October 1852 - March 1930) and short story writer. The majority of her writing focused on New England life, a subject which she captured masterfully in her subtle and sublime short story A New England Nun.

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A New England Nun of Mary Eleanor Wilkins Freeman
A New England Nun

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A Conflict Ended
A Conquest of Humility
A Gala Dress
A Gentle Ghost
A Humble Romance
A New England Nun
A New England Prophet
A Slayer of Serpents
A Solitary
A Stolen Christmas
A Village Singer
Ann Mary; Her Two Thanksgivings
Big Sister Sally
Billy and Susy
Both Cheeks
Christmas Jenny
Coronation
Daniel and Little Dan′l
Dear Annie
Gentian
How Fidelia Went to the Store
Jimmy Scarecrow′s Christmas
Johnny-in-the-Woods
Little Lucy Rose
Little-Girl-Afraid-of-a-Dog
Luella Miller
Noblesse
Old Woman Magoun
One Good Time
Sarah Edgewater
Thankful
The Amethyst Comb
The Apple Tree
The Balking of Christopher
The Butterfly
The Cat
The Christmas Ghost
The Christmas Monks
The Cock of the Walk
The Copy-Cat
The Cow with Golden Horns
The Gold
The Gospel According To Joan
The Green Door
The Jade Bracelet
The Joy of Youth
The Last Gift
The Lost Ghost
The Old-Maid Aunt
The Outside of the House
The Pot of Gold
The Revolt of "Mother"
The Shadows on the Wall
The Southwest Chamber
The Umbrella Man
The Vacant Lot
The Wind in the Rose-Bush
Two Old Lovers
Young Lucretia

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