Secondary Sources about Mary Anne Sadlier



Adams, Oscar Fay. Dictionary of American Biography.  New York: 
	Charles Scribner & Sons, 1928.

Allibone, S. Austin.  Allibone’s Critical Dictionary of English Literature.  
	Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott & Co., 1965.

Blain, Virginia and Patricia Clements and Isobel Grundy.  Feminist Companion 
	to Literature in English.  New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 1990.

Brady, Anne and Brian Cleeve.  Biographical Dictionary of Irish Writers.  
	New York:  St. Martin's Press, 1985.

Boylan, Henry.  Dictionary of Irish Biography.  New York:  
	Barnes and Noble Books, 1978.


Burke, W. J. and Will Howe.  American Authors and Books: 1640 to 1940.  New York: 
	Gramercy Publishing Co., 1943.


Burke, W. J. et al.  American Authors and Books: 1640 to the Present Day.  New York: 
	Crown Publishers, 1972.


Cleeves, Brian.  Dictionary of Irish Writers.  Cork, Ireland: Mercier Press, 1967.


Daly, James J.  "Catholic Contributions to American Prose."  Catholic Builders of the 
	Nation.  Boston: Continental Press Inc., 1923.


Delaney, John J. and James Edward Tobin.  Dictionary of Catholic Biography.  Garden 
	City, N.Y.: Doubleday & Co., 1961.


Drake, Francis. S.  Drake’s Dictionary of American Biography.  Boston:  James R. 
	Osgood & Co., 1872.


Diner, Hasia R.   Erin's Daughters in America:  Irish Immigrant Women in the Nineteenth 
	Century.   Baltimore:  Johns Hopkins University Press,  1983.  


Drake, Francis. S.  Drake’s Dictionary of American Biography.  Boston:  James R. 
	Osgood & Co., 1872.


Fanning, Charles.  The Exiles of Erin: Nineteenth-Century Irish-American Fiction.  Notre 
	Dame, Indiana: University of Notre Dame Press, 1987.


Fanning, Charles.  The Irish Voice in America:  Irish-American fiction from the 1760s to 
	the 1980s. Lexington, Kentucky:  University Press of Kentucky, 1990.


Hogan, Robert.  Dictionary of Irish Literature.  Westport, CT:  Greenwood Press, 1979.


Hueston, Robert Francis.  The Catholic Press and Nativism, 1840-1860.  New York: Arno 
	Press, 1976.


Irish-American Fiction: Essays in Criticism.  New York: AMS, 1979.


Hogan, Robert.  Dictionary of Irish Literature.  Westport, CT:  Greenwood Press, 1979.


James, Edward T.  Notable American Women, 1607-1950.  Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard 
	University Press, 1971.


Kelley, Rev. W. D.   "Mrs. Mary A. Sadlier Dead.  A Catholic Novelist of Wide Fame and 
	Uplifting Influence."  Boston Pilot:  April 11, 1903, 1.  Earlier article reprinted for 
	her obituary.


Klinck, Carl F.  Literary History of Canada: Canadian Literature in English, Vol. I.  
	Toronto: University of Toronto, 1976.


Lacombe, Michele.  "Frying Pans and Deadlier Weapons:  The Immigrant Novels of Mary 
	Anne Sadlier."  Essays on Canadian Writing. 29 (Summer 1984), 96-116.


--------------------. “Mary Anne Sadlier.” Dictionary of Literary Biography. Volume 99: 
	Canadian Writers Before 1900.  New York:  Gale Research Inc., 1990.

"Mary Anne Sadlier." A Round Table of the Representative American Catholic Novelists: 
	At Which is Served a 	Feast of Excellent Stories.  New York: Benziger Brothers, 
	Printers to the Holy Apostolic See, 1897.  Second edition, special collections.

"Mary Anne Sadlier."  Dictionary of American Biography.  New York: Scribner, 1928.

"Mary Anne Sadlier." New Catholic Encyclopedia.  New York: McGraw-Hill, 1967.

"Mary Anne Sadlier."  Woman's Who's Who of America.  New York: The American 
	Commonwealth Company, 1914.

McDannell, Colleen.  The Christian Home in Victorian America, 1840-1900.  
	Bloomington, Ind.: Indiana UP, 1986.

McDannell,  Colleen.  "The Devil Was the First Protestant": Gender and Intolerance in Irish 
	Catholic Fiction."  U.S. Catholic Historian.  8 (1989), 51-65. 

McGuire, Agnes Brady.  "Catholic Women Writers." Catholic Builders of the Nation.  
	Boston: Continental Press Inc., 1923.

Meehan, Thomas F.  "The Catholic Press."  Catholic Builders of the Nation.  
	Boston: Continental Press Inc., 1923.

Miller, Kerby and Paul Wagner.  Out of Ireland: The Story of Irish Emigration to America.  
	Washington, D.C.: Elliott  & Clark Pub., 1994.

Morgan, Henry J.  Bibliotheca Canadensis, or, A Manuel of Canadian Literature.  Detroit: 
	Gale Research, 1968.

Morgan, Henry J.  Types of Canadian Women, and of Women Who Are or Have Been 
	Connected with Canada.  Toronto: W. Briggs, 1903.

Morgan, Henry J.  Bibliotheca Canadensis, or, A Manuel of Canadian Literature.  Detroit: 
	Gale Research, 1968.

Phelan, Josephine.  The Ardent Exile: The Life and Times of Thomas Darcy McGee.  
	Toronto: Macmillan Co. of Canada, 1951.  Contains a few mentions of Sadlier, 
	who wrote for his magazine and who edited his collected works.

Sadlier, Anna.  "Mrs. Sadlier's Early Life, Her Books and Friends."  Donahoe's Magazine 
	(April 1903), 331-5.

Sadlier's Catholic Almanac and Ordo.  New York:  Sadlier, 1866.
	
Story, Norah.  Oxford Companion to Canadian History and Literature.  Toronto:  Oxford 
	University Press, 1967.

Sutherland, John.  Stanford Companion to Victorian Fiction. Stanford, CA: Stanford 
	University Press, 1989.

Temple, Emma K.  "Our Catholic Short Story Writers."  Catholic Builders of the Nation.  
	Boston: Continental Press Inc., 1923.

Toye, William.  Oxford Companion to Canadian Literature.  Toronto:  Oxford University 
	Press, 1983.

Wallace, W. Stewart.  Dictionary of North American Authors Deceased Before 1950.  
	Toronto: Ryerson Press, 1951.

Wilson,  James Grant and John Fiske.  Appleton’s Cyclopaedia of American Biography.  
	New York: D. Appleton & Co., 1889.


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