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Anna Buchan

a.k.a. Anna Masterson Buchan, O. Douglas *

Author Code: EAMB

Born: Mar. 24, 1877 - Pathhead, Scotland

Died: Nov. 24, 1948 - Peebles, Tweeddale, Scotland

One of six children of the Rev. John Buchan and Helen Masterson, and the sister of the author and first Lord Tweedsmuir, John Buchan, Anna spent much of her youth at home helping her father in his parish work. She was formally educated at Queen's Park Academy and Hutcheson's Girls' Grammar School, and later at Queen Margaret College in Glasgow. Her early experiences in the borders helped her to draw on material for her many novels, the first of which, Olivia in India, appeared in 1913. She adopted the pseudonym of O. Douglas for all her works, the most popular of which were Pink Sugar (1924) and The People Place (1926). She continued to have considerable success during the 1920s and 1930s. Anna died of cancer at her home at Bank House in Peebles. Her works include The Setons (1917), Penny Plain (1920), Ann and Her Mother (1922), The Day of Small Things (1930), Priorsford (1932), Taken By the Hand (1935), People Like Ourselves (1938), The House That Is Our Own (1940) and Unforgettable, Unforgotten (1945). The latter was published under her real name.

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EAMB002 The House That Is Our Own 1940 174 718k eBook Download PDF - 'The House That Is Our Own' (EAMB002)   Download ePub - 'The House That Is Our Own' (EAMB002) Find a printed copy of The House That Is Our Own by Anna Buchan at AbeBooks
EAMB004 Olivia in India 1912 72 378k eBook Download PDF - 'Olivia in India' (EAMB004)   Download ePub - 'Olivia in India' (EAMB004) Find a printed copy of Olivia in India by Anna Buchan at AbeBooks
EAMB003 Pink Sugar 1924 164 639k eBook Download PDF - 'Pink Sugar' (EAMB003)   Download ePub - 'Pink Sugar' (EAMB003) Find a printed copy of Pink Sugar by Anna Buchan at AbeBooks
EAMB001 The Setons 1917 145 565k eBook Download PDF - 'The Setons' (EAMB001)   Download ePub - 'The Setons' (EAMB001) Find a printed copy of The Setons by Anna Buchan at AbeBooks

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