Author:Dinah Maria Craik

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Dinah Maria Craik
(1826–1887)
English novelist and poet; née Dinah Maria Mulock, also often credited as Miss Mulock
Dinah Maria Craik

Works[edit]

  • Michael the Miner (1846)
  • How to Win Love, or Rhoda's Lesson (1848)
  • Cola Monti (1849)
  • The Ogilvies (1849)
  • Olive (1850)
  • The Half-Caste (1851)
  • The Head of the Family (1851)
  • Alice Learmont (1852)
  • Bread upon the Waters (1852)
  • A Hero (1853)
  • Agatha's Husband (1853)
  • Avillion and Other Tales (1853)
  • The Little Lychetts (1855)
  • John Halifax, Gentleman (1857)
  • A Woman's Thoughts about Women [essays] (1858)
  • A Life for a Life (1859)
  • Our Year: A Child's Book in Prose and Verse (1860)
  • "A Dreadful Ghost" in Once a Week, Series 1, VI (1862)
  • Mistress and Maid (1862)
  • The Fairy Book (1863)
  • Christian's Mistake (1865)
  • A Noble Life (1866)
  • Two Marriages (1867)
  • The Woman's Kingdom (1869)
  • A Brave Lady (1870)
  • Fair France (1871)
  • Hannah (1871)
  • Little Sunshine's Holiday (1871)
  • Twenty Years Ago (1871)
  • The Adventures of a Brownie (1872)
  • Is It True? (1872)
  • My Mother and I: A Girl's Love-Story (1874)
  • The Little Lame Prince and His Travelling-Cloak (1875)
  • The Laurel Bush (1876)
  • Young Mrs. Jardine (1879)
  • His Little Mother (1881)
  • An Unsentimental Journey through Cornwall (1884)
  • Miss Tommy (1884)
  • King Arthur: Not a Love Story (1886)
  • An Unknown Country (1887)

Carols[edit]

Poems[edit]

Works about Craik[edit]


Works by this author published before January 1, 1924 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.