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Jean Ingelow

a.k.a. Orris *

Author Code: EJIX

Born: Mar. 17, 1820 - Boston, Lincolnshire, England

Died: Jul. 20, 1897 - London, England

The daughter of a banker, Ingelow was educated at home and began to write while still very young. She contributed poetry and short stories to various magazines and published her first book, A Rhyming Chronicle of Incidents and Feeling, anonymously. She often wrote under the pseudonym of Orris, especially with regards to her children's stories. Her first real success came in 1863 with the publication of Poems, which received widespread critical acclaim and ran through thirty editions. Ingelow was especially popular and successful in the American market. She became close friends with Tennyson who greatly admired her poetry. Many of her poems were also set to music and became popular songs of the era. In addition to her poetical works, Ingelow also wrote some novels. Her works include Allerton and Dreux (1851), Tales of Orris (1860), Stories Told to a Child (1865), A Story of Doom and Other Poems (1867), Mopsa the Fairy (1869), Off the Skelligs (1872), Fated to Be Free (1873), Sarah de Berenger (1879), Don John (1881), Poems of the Old Days and the New (1885), The Little Wonder-Box (1887) and A Motto Changed (1893).

eBook Code Title/Sub-Title Pub. Yr Pages File Size Type Download Format Find Printed Copy
EJIX001 Fated to Be Free 1873 265 1180k eBook Download PDF - 'Fated to Be Free' (EJIX001) Find a printed copy of Fated to Be Free by Jean Ingelow at AbeBooks
EJIX002 Wonder-Box Tales
  The Fairy Who Judged Her Neighbors
  A Lost Wand
  The Ouphe of the Wood
  The Prince's Dream
  The Water-Lily
1902 Posthumous 37 323k eBook Download PDF - 'Wonder-Box Tales' (EJIX002) Find a printed copy of Wonder-Box Tales by Jean Ingelow at AbeBooks

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