Mary Wilkins Freeman. Boston: Twayne, A highly accessible general overview.
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Sign in with your library card. Introduction Mary Wilkins Freeman was born in the small New England village of Randolph, Massachusetts, located about fifteen miles south of Boston, where she lived until the age of fifteen. How to Subscribe Oxford Bibliographies Online is available by subscription and perpetual access to institutions.
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Powered by: PubFactory. She wrote with great range; producing charming children's stories like The Christmas Masquerade ; playful poems in Once Upon a Time and Other Child-Verses ; ghost stories including the haunting Luella Miller a story that stayed in my head for weeks after I read it ; and feminist themed pieces like A New England Nun. All of those stories have depth!
She is a brilliant writer that deserves attention from modern readers. Much of Freeman's broad range of works exemplifies Realism. Henry H.