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Mary E Wilkins Freeman


(Mary Eleanor Wilkins Freeman)
USA flag (1852 - 1930)

MARY E. WILKINS FREEMAN was born in Randolph, Massachusetts, and died in Metuchen, New Jersey. Among her published regional short fiction and novels are A Humble Romance and Other Stories, A New England Nun and Other Stories, Jane Field, and The Portion of Labor. In 1926 she received the William Dean Howells Medal of the American Academy of Arts and Letters for distinction in fiction. That same year, she and Edith Wharton were among the first women to be elected to membership in the National Institute of Arts and Letters.
 
Novels
   Jane Field (1892)
   Giles Corey, Yeoman (1893)
   Pembroke (1894)
   Comfort Pease (1895)
   Madelon (1896)
   Jerome, A Poor Man (1897)
   Evelina's Garden (1899)
   The Jamesons (1899)
   The Heart's Highway (1900)
   The Debtor (1905)
   By the Light of the Soul (1906)
   Doc. Gordon (1906)
   The Shoulders of Atlas (1908)
   The Whole Family (1908) (with Mary Raymond Shipman Andrews, John Kendrick Bangs, Alice Brown, Mary Stewart Doubleday Cutting, Henry van Dyke, William Dean Howells, Henry James, Elizabeth Jordan, Elizabeth Stuart Phelps, Mary Heaton Vorse and Edith Wyatt)
   The Green Door (1910)
   The Butterfly House (1912)
   The Yates Pride (1912)
   An Alabaster Box (1917) (with Florence Morse Kingsley)
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Collections
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Non fiction
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Anthologies containing stories by Mary E Wilkins Freeman
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Short stories
A Far-Away Melody [short story] (1890)
Luella Miller (1902)
The Shadows on the Wall (1902)
The Wind in the Rose-Bush [short story] (1902)
The Lost Ghost (1903)
The Southwest Chamber (1903)
The Vacant Lot (1903)