Author:Agnes Repplier

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Agnes Repplier
(1855–1950)
American essayist born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Her essays are esteemed for their scholarship and wit.

Works[edit]

Essay collections[edit]

  • Books and Men (1888)
  • Points of View (1891)
  • Essays in Miniature (1892)
  • Essays in Idleness (1893)
  • In the Dozy Hours (1894)
  • Varia (1897)
  • Philadelphia: The Place and the People (1898) (External scan)
  • The Fireside Sphinx (1901)
  • Compromises (1904)
  • In Our Convent Days (1905) (External scan)
  • A Happy Half Century (1908)
  • Americans and Others (1912)
  • The Cat (1912)
  • Counter Currents (1915)
  • Points of Friction (1920)
  • Under Dispute (1924)
  • To Think of Tea! (1931)
  • Times and Tendencies (1931)
  • In Pursuit of Laughter (1936)
  • Eight Decades (1937)

Biographical studies[edit]

  • J. William White, M.D.; a Biography (1919)
  • Life of Pere Marquette (1929) (Jacques Marquette)
  • Mere Marie of the Ursulines (1931) (Marie de l'Incarnation)
  • Junipero Serra (1933)
  • Agnes Irwin (1934)

Miscellaneous[edit]