Anna Maria Hall
(1800–1881)

Irish novelist; wife of Samuel Carter Hall; often published under the name Mrs. S. C. Hall; born Anna Maria Fielding

Anna Maria Hall

Works edit

  • Sketches of Irish Character (1829)
  • The Buccaneer (1832), in 3 vols.
  • The Outlaw (1835)
  • The Forlorn Hope (1836)
  • Uncle Horace (1837)
  • Lights and Shadows of Irish Life (1838), in 3 vols.
  • Marian (1839)
  • The White Boy: A Story of Ireland (1845), in 2 vols.
  • Midsummer Eve, A Fairy Tale of Love (1848)
  • The Whisperer (1850)
  • A Woman's Story (1850), in 3 vols.
  • Can Wrong be Right (1862), in 2 vols.

Works about Hall edit


 

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