Florence Converse

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Florence Converse


Florence Converse (1871-1967) was an American author, born in New Orleans.

She graduated from Wellesley College in 1893 and was a member of the editorial staff of the Churchman from 1900 to 1908, when she joined the staff of the Atlantic Monthly.

She was the author of:

  • Diana Victrix (1897)
  • The Burden of Christopher (1900)
  • Long Will, A Romance (1903); Everyman's Library (1908)
  • The House of Prayer (1908)
  • A Masque of Sibyls (1910)
  • The Children of Light (1912)

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