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Anne Douglas Sedgwick

Author Code: AADS

Born: Mar. 28, 1873 - Englewood, New Jersey, USA

Died: Jul. 19, 1935 - Hampstead, England

Although born in the United States, Sedgwick was taken to England by her family in 1882 and, apart from some visits to the United States, remained there for the rest of her life. Her father encouraged her writing and was instrumental in getting her first novel published, The Dull Miss Archinard, in 1898. The book was a success and her writing career took off. In 1908, she married the essayist Basil de Selincourt. In 1911, she published Tante which became a best-seller. During the First World War, Sedgwick and her husband worked as volunteers in French hospitals and orphanges. She was an extremely successful writer during the 1920's and had three more best-sellers during that decade. In 1931, she was elected to the National Institute of Arts and Letters. Her works include The Rescue (1902), A Fountain Sealed (1907), Amabel Channice (1908), Franklin Winslow Kane (1910), The Nest (1913), The Encounter (1914), The Third Window (1920), Christmas Roses (1920), Adrienne Toner (1922), The Little French Girl (1924), The Old Countess (1927), Dark Hester (1929) and Philippa (1930).

eBook Code Title/Sub-Title Pub. Yr Pages File Size Type Download Format Find Printed Copy
AADS002 Amabel Channice 1908 72 376k eBook Download PDF - 'Amabel Channice' (AADS002) Find a printed copy of Amabel Channice by Anne Douglas Sedgwick at AbeBooks
AADS003 A Fountain Sealed 1907 168 778k eBook Download PDF - 'A Fountain Sealed' (AADS003) Find a printed copy of A Fountain Sealed by Anne Douglas Sedgwick at AbeBooks
AADS004 Franklin Winslow Kane 1910 159 686k eBook Download PDF - 'Franklin Winslow Kane' (AADS004) Find a printed copy of Franklin Winslow Kane by Anne Douglas Sedgwick at AbeBooks
AADS005 The Nest 1909 27 219k eBook Download PDF - 'The Nest' (AADS005) Find a printed copy of The Nest by Anne Douglas Sedgwick at AbeBooks
AADS001 Tante 1911 243 1076k eBook Download PDF - 'Tante' (AADS001) Find a printed copy of Tante by Anne Douglas Sedgwick at AbeBooks

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