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An Erring Woman’s Love – Ella Wheeler Wilcox (1892)

SG$68.00

An Erring Woman’s Love – Ella Wheeler Wilcox (1892)

SG$68.00

Title: An Erring Woman’s Love

Author: Ella Wheeler Wilcox

Publisher: W. B. Conkey Company. No date, research reveals it to be 1892.

Condition: Decorative cloth, pocket size. Very good.

1 in stock

SKU: wilcox-erring Categories: ,

Ella Wheeler Wilcox (November 5, 1850 – October 30, 1919) was an American author and poet. Her best-known work was Poems of Passion. Her most enduring work was ” Solitude”, which contains the lines: “Laugh, and the world laughs with you; Weep, and you weep alone”. Her autobiography, The Worlds and I, was published in 1918, a year before her death.

Contents:

An Erring Woman’s Love
A Song of Republics
Worth While
Coleur de Rose
Memorial Day–1892
Life’s Track
When Baby Souls Sail Out
An Ode to Time
A Married Coquette
New Year
Double Carnations
Swimming Song
Regret and Remorse
Easter Morn
Blind
Two Women
As You Go Through Life
The Yellow-covered Almanac
Success
It All Will Come Out Right
The Little White Hearse
Realization
The Lady and the Dame
Love’s Supremacy
The Paean of Peace
The Eternal Will
Insight
Heaven and Hell
A Woman’s Love
Reform
To Another Woman’s Baby
Diamonds
Rubies
Sapphires
Turquoise
Memory’s River
“Has Been”
A Minor Chord
Last Love
Death’s Protest
Duty’s Path
September
March
The Summer Girl
Sun Shadows
Thoughts
The End of the Summer
“He That Looketh”
Wail of an Old-timer
Concentration
A Warning
Was, Is, and Yet-to-be
Mistakes
Dual
The Rape of the Mist
The All-Creative Spark
Be Not Content
Action
Two Roses
Shrines
Satiety
The Watcher
A Solar Eclipse
The Depths
A Suggestion
Life’s Opera
Luck
The Salt Sea-Wind
Never Mind