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Moulton, Louise Chandler, 1835-1908


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    • Ellen Louise Chandler
  • Variants

    • Chandler, Louisa, 1835-1908
    • Moulton, Louise C. (Louise Chandler), 1835-1908
    • Chandler, Ellen Louise, 1835-1908
    • Lady, 1835-1908
    • Ellen Louise, 1835-1908
    • Moulton, Ellen Louise Chandler, 1835-1908
    • Author of Bed-time stories, 1835-1908
    • Bed-time stories, Author of, 1835-1908
    • Author of Some women's hearts, 1835-1908
    • Some women's hearts, Author of, 1835-1908
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    • found: Her Bed-time stories, 1899:t.p. (Louise Chandler Moulton)
    • found: Her Evaline, Madelon, and other poems, 1861:t.p. (Louisa Chandler)
    • found: Her Her baby brother, 1901:t.p. (Louise C. Moulton)
    • found: Her This, that, and the other, 1856:t.p. (Ellen Louise Chandler)
    • found: The Waverly garland, 1853:t.p. ("Ellen Louise")
    • found: Her More bed-time stories, 1875:t.p. (Louise Chandler Moulton, author of Bed-time stories, and Some women's hearts)
    • found: Wallace, W.S. A dict. of N. Amer. authors, 1968(Moulton, Ellen Louise, née Chandler; poet and writer of books for children; b. 1835; d. 8/10/08)
    • found: LC data base, 8/31/84(hdg.: Moulton, Louise Chandler, 1835-1908)
    • found: BAL(Ellen Louise Chandler Moulton; Ellen Louise; A Ldy; 1835-1908)
    • found: Wikipedia, via WWW, 12 October 2016(Louise Chandler Moulton; Louise Chandler Moulton (born April 10, 1835 in Pomfret, Connecticut; died August 10, 1908 in Boston) was an American poet, story-writer and critic)
    • found: Encyclopaedia Britannica, via WWW, 12 October 2016(Ellen Louise Chandler Moulton; American writer, critic and hostess of the late 19th century, particularly influential through her literary salons in Boston and London; Louise Chandler was educated from 1854 to 1855 at Emma Willard's Troy (New York) Female Seminary; in 1854 she published This, That, and the Other, a popular collection of verses and sketches earlier contributed to various periodicals; in 1855 she married William U. Moulton, publisher of True Flag, in which some of her poems had appeared, and she soon established herself as a literary and social force in Boston; her verses, stories, and sketches became regular features of Godey's Lady's Book, Atlantic Monthly, Scribner's, Youth's Companion, Harper's Bazaar, and other popular magazines; Moulton was Boston literary correspondent for the New York Tribune (1870-1876) and book critic for the Boston Sunday Herald (1887-1891); from a first trip to London in 1876, on which she made the acquaintance of many literary figures, Moulton spent increasing amounts of time there until she had virtually divided her year between London and Boston; in London her salon was prominent in the social-literary life of the city, and her personal friendships with numerous late Romantic and Pre-Raphaelite poets eased their introduction to an American readership)
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