Author:Rosa Campbell Praed

Rosa Campbell Praed
(1851–1935)
Australian novelist who wrote in multiple genres, including children's literature. She has been described as the first Australian novelist to achieve a significant international reputation. often credited as Mrs. Campbell Praed, Rosa Caroline Praed, maiden name Rosa Caroline Murray-Prior
Rosa Campbell Praed

WorksEdit

NovelsEdit

  • An Australian Heroine (1880)
  • Policy and Passion (1881)
  • Nadine : The Study of a Woman (1882)
  • Moloch : A Story of Sacrifice (1883)
  • Zero : A story of Monte Carlo (1884)
  • The Head Station (1885)
  • Affinities: A Romance of To-day (1885)
  • Miss Jacobsen's Chance (1886)
  • The Right Honorable (1886)
  • The Brother of the Shadow (1886)
  • The Bond of Wedlock (1887) (adapted as play, Ariane, 1888, co-written with Richard Lee)
  • The Ladies' Gallery (1888)
  • The Rebel Rose (1888)
  • The Romance of a Station (1889)
  • The Romance of a Chalet (1892)
  • December Roses (1892)
  • Christina Chard (1893)
  • Mrs Tregaskiss (1895)
  • Nùlma (1897)
  • The Scourge-Stick (1898)
  • Madame Izan (1899)
  • As a Watch in the Night (1901)
  • The Insane Root (1902)
  • The Other Mrs Jacobs (1903)
  • The Ghost (1903)
  • Some Loves and a Life (1904)
  • Nyria (1904)
  • The Maid of the River (1905)
  • The Lost Earl of Ellan (1906)
  • By Their Fruits (1908)
  • The Romance of Mademoiselle Aisse (1910)
  • Opal Fire (1910)
  • The Body of His Desire (1912)
  • The Mystery Woman (1913)
  • Lady Bridget in the Never-Never Land (1915)
  • Sister Sorrow (1916)

Short story collectionsEdit

  • Australian Life: Black and White (1885)
  • Dwellers by the River (1902)
  • The Luck of the Leura (1907)
  • Stubble Before the wind (1908)
  • A Summer Wreath (1909)

Poetry collectionEdit

  • Seven Christmas Eves (1899)

AutobiographyEdit

  • My Australian Girlhood (1902)

CorrespondenceEdit

  • Our Book of Memories: Letters of Justin McCarthy to Mrs Campbell Praed (1912)

Has been a contributor to the series of short stories written by "Australians in London," from "Oak-Bough and Wattle-Blossom" (1888)

Works about PraedEdit


 

Some or all works by this author are in the public domain in the United States because they were published before January 1, 1926.


The author died in 1935, so works by this author are also in the public domain in countries and areas where the copyright term is the author's life plus 80 years or less. Works by this author may also be in the public domain in countries and areas with longer native copyright terms that apply the rule of the shorter term to foreign works.