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Michael Earls

Author Code: AMES

Born: (?) 1875 - Southbridge, Massachusetts, USA

Died: Jan. 31, 1937 - New York City, New York, USA

Educated at Southbridge, Memramcook and the College of Holy Cross in Massachusetts, Earls graduated in 1895. He thereafter studied literature at Georgetown University and received his Masters in 1897. In 1898, he entered the Grand Seminary in Montreal, but subsequently switched to the Jesuit school in Maryland. He began to publish short stories in 1910 and then progressed to poetry and novels shortly after. In 1912, he was ordained a priest in the Jesuit order. he was appointed Professor of Rhetoric at Holy Cross in 1916 and became Father Minister in 1926. From 1929 to 1931 he taught English at Holy Cross. He was also the parish priest of St. Mary's in Boston from 1933 to 1935. His works include Melchior of Boston (1910), Stuore (1911), Road Beyond the Town (1912), Wedding Bells of Glendalough (1913), Ballads of Childhood (1914), Marie of the House d'Anters (1916), Ballads of Peace in War (1917), Under College Towers (1926), Hosting of the King and Other Poems (1935) and Manuscripts and Memories (1935).

eBook Code Title/Sub-Title Pub. Yr Pages File Size Type Download Format Find Printed Copy
AMES001 Ballads of Peace in War
  Alleluia Height
  Always Maytime
  Attainment
  A Ballad of France
  Bethlehem
  The Bonnie Prince O' Spring
  The Boundaries of a House
  The Columbine
  The Countersign
  The Dark Little Rose
  The Fountain of Youth
  The Green Brigade on the Field of Corn
  The Happy Time
  A Hill O' Lights
  His Light
  The Lifelong War
  Linden Lane
  The Monk Maelanfaid
  My Father's Tunes
  Off to the War
  Old Hudson Rovers
  On a Train
  To One in Success
  The Philosophers
  Preparedness - The Drummer Boy
  Preparedness - The Sailor
  A Song
  The Storyteller
  The Time of Truce
  The Towers of Holy Cross
  The Tree in the Tenement Yard
  Two Seanichies
  A Vow-day Flower
  War in the North
  A Winter Minster
  The Young Adventurers
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