Author:Frances Sargent Osgood

Frances Sargent Osgood
(1811–1850)

American poet; popular women writer during her time; nicknamed "Fanny," she was also famous for her exchange of romantic poems with Edgar Allan Poe; also wrote under the pseudonyms "Kate Carol" and "Violet Vane"

Frances Sargent Osgood

WorksEdit

Short StoriesEdit

  • "Romance of Real Life in New England" (May 1836)
  • "The Crumpled Rose Leaf" (Sep. 1836)
  • "A Day in New England" (Nov. 1836)
  • "Florence Howard" (Apr. 1839)
  • "The Doom" (Aug. 1840)
  • "Pictures from a Painter’s Life" (Jan. 1841)
  • "The Waltz and the Wager" (Apr. 1841)
  • "May Evelyn" (Mar. 1842)
  • "Waste Paper; or “Trifles Light as Air" (Sep. 1842)
  • "Truth" (Dec. 1842)
  • "The Coquette; or the Game of Life" (Jan. 1843)
  • "Dora’s Reward; or the 'Ruse de Guerre'" (Jun. 1843)
  • "Pride and Penitence" (Sep. 1843)
  • "Grace Melvyn" (Aug. 1843)
  • "Lizzie Lincoln" (Oct. 1843)
  • "Daguerreotype Pictures Taken on New Year’s Day" (Nov. 1843)
  • "The Wife" (Dec. 1843)
  • "The Lady’s Shadow" (Jan. 1844)
  • "Kate Melburne" (Jan. 1844)
  • "Newport Tableaux" (Jan. 1844)
  • "A Match for the Matchmaker" (Feb. 1844)
  • "The Poet’s Metamorphosis" (Mar. 1844)
  • "Virginia, the Little Match-Girl of Kentucky" (Mar. 1844)
  • "Feeling Versus Beauty" (Jun. 1844)
  • "Valentine’s Day; or a Lover’s Reminiscences" (Jul. 1844)
  • "The Flower and Gem" (Aug. 1844)
  • "The Soul Awakened; or Which Shall Win Him" (Oct. 1844)
  • "The Magic Lute" (Nov. 1844)
  • "The Little Lost Shoe; or Fielding in Search of a Foot" (Dec. 1844)
  • "The Soul Mirror" (Jan. 1845)
  • "Florence Errington" (Feb. 1845)
  • "Mabel" (Feb. 1845)
  • "Carry Carlisle" (Mar. 1845)
  • "Once More" (Jul. 1845)
  • "Ida Grey" (Aug. 1845)
  • "Leonora L’Estrange" (Oct. 1845)
  • "Kate Carol; or Glimpses of a Soul" (Mar. 1846)
  • "Glimpses of a Soul.-----No. II" (Jun. 1846)
  • "Glimpses of a Soul.-----No. III" (Sep. 1846)
  • "Athenais" (Sep. 1846)
  • "Le Porte-Bouquet, or Genius and Ingenuity" (Dec. 1846)
  • "Glimpses of a Soul" (Feb. 1847)
  • "Life in New York. A Sketch of a Literary Soiree" (Mar. 1847)
  • "Kate Carol to Mary S." (May 1847)
  • "Kate Carol to Her *" (Aug. 1847)
  • "Violet Vere’s Vacation" (May 1848)

PoetryEdit

BooksEdit

  • The Poetry of Flowers and the Flowers of Poetry (1841)
  • The Snowdrop: A New Year Gift for Children (1842)
  • Rose, Sketches in Verse (1842)
  • Puss in Boots (1842)
  • The Marquis of Carabas (1844)
  • Cries in New York (1846)
  • Poems (1850)

Works addressed to OsgoodEdit

By PoeEdit

Works about OsgoodEdit


 

Some or all works by this author were published before January 1, 1928, and are in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago. Translations or editions published later may be copyrighted. Posthumous works may be copyrighted based on how long they have been published in certain countries and areas.