Mary Eleanor Wilkins Freeman (October 31, 1852 – March 13, 1930) was a prominent 19th-century American author.
Mary Eleanor Wilkins Freeman (October 31, 1852 – March 13, 1930) was a prominent 19th-century American author. Freeman was born in Randolph, Massachusetts on October 31, 1852, to Eleanor Lothrop and Warren Edward Wilkins, who originally baptized her "Mary Ella". Freeman's parents were orthodox Congregationalists, bestowing a very strict childhood. Religious constraints play a key role in some of her works.
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Series: The American short story series, v. 52. Hardcover: 436 pages.
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Author:Mary Eleanor Wilkins Freeman. She is best known for two collections of stories, A Humble Romance and Other Stories (1887) and A New England Nun and Other Stories (1891) Pen names: Mary E. Wilkins Freeman, Mary E. Wilkins. Author Index: Fr. Mary Eleanor Wilkins Freeman (1852–1930). Mary Eleanor Wilkins Freeman. 137996Q276421Mary Eleanor Wilkins FreemanMary Eleanor n, Mary Eleanor Wilkins. 19th-century American author; first recipient of the William Dean Howells Medal for Distinction in Fiction from the American Academy of Arts and Letters.
Mary Eleanor Wilkins Freeman, 1852-1930. Silence, and other Stories The Givers and other stories. The Fair Lavinia, and others. When the supernatural caught her interest, the result was a group of short stories which combined domestic realism with supernaturalism and these have proved very influential. Her best known work was written in the 1880s and 1890s while she lived in Randolph. She produced more than two dozen volumes of published short stories and novels. Silence, and other Stories. The Love of Parson Lord and other stories. Six Trees The Givers and other stories.
Mary Eleanor Wilkins Freeman was born on October 31, 1852 in Randolph, Massachusetts. Her parents were orthodox Congregationalists and this resulted in a strict religious upbringing much of which seeped into her later writing. Mary was quickly successful writing stories and verse for children as a teenager. As a secretary to the author and physician, Oliver Wendell Holmes, S. she began writing poetry and novels with a strong New England regional flavor.
Freeman is recognized for two fine collections of short stories: A Humble Romance and Other Stories and A New .
Freeman is recognized for two fine collections of short stories: A Humble Romance and Other Stories and A New England Nun and Other Stories. The two elderly sisters of A Mistaken Charity represent the typical Freeman female protagonists of these short-story collections: fiercely independent, a product of their New England environment, capable, determined, and nonconformist.