Author:Dorothy Canfield Fisher
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|Dorothy Canfield Fisher on Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.American educational reformer, social activist, and best-selling author in the early decades of the twentieth century. She strongly supported women's rights, racial equality, and lifelong education. In addition to bringing the Montessori method of child-rearing to the U.S., she presided over the country's first adult education program and shaped literary tastes by serving as a member of the Book of the Month Club selection committee from 1925 to 1951. — Excerpted from|
- Gunhild (1907)
- The Squirrel-Cage (1912)
- The Bent Twig (1915)
- The Real Motive (1916).
- Fellow Captains (1916) (with Sarah N. Cleghorn).
- Understood Betsy (1917) (transcription project)
- Home Fires in France (1918)
- The Day of Glory (1919)
- The Brimming Cup (1921)
- Rough-Hewn (1922) (Commons file)
- The Home-Maker (1924) (reprinted by Persephone Books in 1999)
- Her Son's Wife (1926)
- The Deepening Stream (1930)
- Bonfire (1933)
- Seasoned Timber (1939)
Short story collections
- Hillsboro People (1915)
- The Real Motive (1916)
- Raw Material (1923)
- Made-to-Order Stories (1925)
- Four Square (1949)
- The Bedquilt and Other Stories (1997)
- Corneille and Racine in England (1904) (dissertation)
- English Rhetoric and Composition (1906) – with G. R. Carpenter
- What Shall We Do Now? (with others) (1906)
- A Montessori Mother (1912)
- A Montessori Manual (1913)
- Mothers and Children 1914.
- Self-Reliance 1916.
- Life of Christ 1923 (by Giovanni Papini, freely trans. from the Italian by Dorothy Canfield Fisher)