Published 1868 .
Written in EnglishRead online
|Statement||adapted from the French by Mrs. J. Sadlier|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||23 pages ;|
|Number of Pages||23|
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Mary Anne Sadlier (Decem —April 5, ) was an Irish author. Sadlier published roughly sixty novels and numerous stories. She wrote for Irish immigrants in both the United States and Canada, encouraging them to attend mass and retain the Catholic faith. In so doing, Sadlier also addressed the related themes of anti-Catholicism, the Irish Famine, emigration, and domestic work.
Her writing career began in her native Ireland and her first book of poems was published when she was In she emigrated to Canada and continued writing, then married publisher James Sadlier (of D. and J. Sadlier). The babbler, a drama for boys in one act. Adapted from the French. New York: Sadlier.
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