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Nora May French

Author Code: ANMF

Born: Apr. 26, 1881 - Aurora, New York, USA

Died: Nov. 14, 1907 - Carmel, California, USA

Her family moved to Los Angeles when French was only 7.She began to write when she was in her teens and was published in newspapers and magazines. In her twenties, she had a variety of affairs. She joined the Charles Lummis Arroyo Seco, writers and poets based in Los Angeles and, at this time, published some work in the magazine, Out West. Mary Austin was impressed by her work, but she still didn't receive critical success.Following the San Francisco earthquake in 1906, French moved there and became involved with intellectual circles there. She moved in with George Sterling and his wife in Carmel in 1907. Suffering from depression and after an unsuccessful attempt at suicide, she then succeeded by taking cyanide. Her friends posthumously published her Poems in 1910. Her verse, probably due to her depression, tended to be melancholy. Her work, The Spanish Girl is probably her best known.

eBook Code Title/Sub-Title Pub. Yr Pages File Size Type Download Format Find Printed Copy
ANMF001 Poems
  After-Knowledge
  Along the Track
  Ave Atque Vale
  "Bells From Over the Hills Sound Sweet"
  Best-Loved
  Between Two Rains
  By Moonlight
  By the Hospital
  Change
  The Constant Ones
  Down the Trail
  Dusk
  The Garden of Dolores
  Growth
  In Camp
  In Empty Courts
  In Town
  Indifference
  Instinct
  Just A Dog
  The Little Memories
  The Message
  Mirage
  The Mission Graves
  A Misty Morning
  Moods
  The Mourner
  Music in the Pavilion
  My Nook
  Noon
  The Nymph
  "Oh, Dryad Thoughts"
  One Day
  The Outer Gate
  Pass By
  A Place of Dreams
  The Poppy Field
  Rain
  Rebuke
  The Rose
  "To Rosy Buds...."
  San Francisco New Years, 1907
  The Spanish Girl
  The Stranger
  Think Not, O Lilias
  Two Songs
  Two Spendthrift Kings
  Vivisection
  When Plaintively and Near the Cricket Sings
  Wistaria
  Yesterday
  You
  Your Beautiful Passing
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