3 edition of Trippings in author-land found in the catalog.
Trippings in author-land
Emily C. Judson
Microfiche. Louisville, KY : Lost Cause Press. 1967. microfiches. (Wright American fiction ; v. 1 (1774-1850), no. 1558)
|Statement||by Fanny Forester|
|Series||Wright American fiction -- v. 1 (1774-1850), no. 1558|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||281|
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Trippings in Author-Land by. Fanny Forester, Emily Chubbuck Judson. avg rating — 0 ratings — 2 editions. Want to Read saving 4/5. Biography. Emily Chubbuck was born to poor parents in Eaton, New York on Aug In she became a teacher and joined a Baptist church.
In she entered the Utica female seminary and wrote her first book, Charles Linn, in She developed a literary friendship with Nathaniel Parker Willis, who she described as the foster-father of her : AugEaton, New York. The Land I Lost is an autobiographical book that centers on the life of the author, Quang Nhuong book was first published by Harper & Row inand was illustrated by Vo-Dinh Mai.
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Jon often bases his novels and scripts on extensive travel and research as well as a twenty-five year career in martial arts. Title page to Fanny Forester’s first major short-story collection, Trippings in Author-Land (New York: Paine and Burgess, ).
But while critics of differing persuasions might butt heads on the question of Forester’s literary chops, her popularity and influence are beyond dispute. Trippings in Author Land () Memoir of Mrs. Sarah B. Judson () An Olio of Domestic Verses () Kathayan Slave () My Two Sisters () Short works "Lucy Dutton," in The Female Prose Writers of America: With Portraits, Biographical Notices, and Specimens of their Writings, (ed.) by John S.
Hart, Philadelphia: E. Butler & Co. EMILY C. JUDSON ( – ) The daughter of a struggling farmer and businessman, Emily Judson earned money as a child by helping her mother run a boarding house and working in the New York woolen mills, receiving an informal and frequently interrupted education.
Impressed by her desire to learn, the preceptresses at the Utica Female Seminary invited her to study for a year in their school. Book for young readers. (Unknown) County A Memoir Of Mrs. Sarah B. Judson (Pub: New York, New York: L. Colby and Company. ISBN:) Biography.
(Unknown) County An Olio of Domestic Verses (Pub: New York, New York: Lewis Colby. ISBN:) Collection of poetry. (Unknown) County Trippings in Author-Land (Pub: New York, New York: Paine. THE LAND OF STORIES. A TREASURY OF CLASSIC FAIRY TALES. STORIES RETOLD BY CHRIS COLFER.
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Trippings in author-land / By Fanny Forester [pseud.] Judson, Emily C. (Emily Chubbuck), [ Microform, Book: ]. Emily Chubbuck (Aug – June 1, ) was an American poet who wrote under the pseudonym Fanny Forrester. Biography. Emily Chubbuck was born to poor parents in Eaton, New York on Aug In she became a teacher and joined a Baptist church.
In she entered the Utica female seminary and wrote her first book, Charles Linn, in. Port Tobacco times, and Charles County advertiser. (Port Tobacco, Md.)JanuImage 4, brought to you by University of Maryland, College Park, MD.
Mirror and a collection of them was published in under the title Trippings in Author Land, followed by a second collection in ,Alderbrook. Although the newspaper did not pay her for these sentimental tales of village life, she won a large following, and the second collection went through eleven editions.articles in the New York Mirror was published in under the title “Trippings in Author Land,” followed by a second collection in“Alderbrook.” Although the newspaper did not.