|Publisher:||Woman’s Home Companion|
|Tags:||fiction, short story|
This is the story of a young couple who quarreled and separated. Grandmother’s bureau is the focal point of the story in which harsh words are forgotten and where love wins out in the end. [Suggest a different description.]
Author Bio for Brown, Alice
Alice Brown (1856-1948) was an American writer. Born in New Hampshire, she attended the Robinson Seminary in Exeter, New Hampshire. She taught school for several years before turning to writing. Her first novel, Stratford-by-the-Sea, was published in 1884. Her books featured the dialect of New Hampshire folk which was popular in the early part of the 20th century. She also wrote biographies including one based on her close friend, Louise I. Guiney. (Britannica)
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