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Fri Mar 21 17:13:47 2014 UTClccn-n500382120.06The story of lighthouses /0.321.00A critical study of the writing of Mary Ellen Chase69187174Mary_Ellen_Chasen 5003821273445Chase, MaryChase, Mary E.Chase, Mary E. 1887-1973Tshays, Mārī IlīnTshays, Mārī Ilīn 1887-1973lccn-n79056600Westbrook, Perry D.lccn-n79046454Jewett, Sarah Orne1849-1909np-rockefeller, abby aldrichRockefeller, Abby Aldrichlccn-n79046230Hardy, Thomas1840-1928lccn-n85012938Szyk, Arthur1894-1951illlccn-n50003039Fisher, Jonathan1768-1847lccn-n50017203Schachner, Erwinnp-macgregor, margaret eliot$1893 1932Macgregor, Margaret Eliot1893-1932edtlccn-no2003124325Sams, Henry W.edtlccn-n90699953Heritage Press (New York, N.Y.)Chase, Mary Ellen1887-1973FictionCriticism, interpretation, etcPsychological fictionIntroductionsBiographyHistoryDomestic fictionChurch historyJuvenile worksIllustrationsMaineManners and customsCountry lifeBible as literatureWomen authorsSeaside resortsSummer resortsAuthorshipChase, Mary Ellen,United StatesNew EnglandBibleBible.--Old TestamentFamiliesBible.--PsalmsWomen and literaturePeople with mental disabilitiesFuneral rites and ceremoniesFishersFishing villagesAuthors, AmericanSeafaring lifeSailorsMerchant marinersCity and town lifeCoastsShippingRockefeller, Abby AldrichBible.--ProphetsHardy, Thomas,Nursing home careMaine--Blue HillFisher, Jonathan,Congregational churches--ClergyClergyFarm lifePolish AmericansMassachusettsMan-woman relationshipsTriangles (Interpersonal relations)Hotels--EmployeesEngland--Cornwall (County)TravelEnglandShort storiesLighthousesWomenBible.--JobCriticism and interpretationFeminists1887197319031915191619171918192419261927192819291930193119321934193519361937193819391940194119421943194419451946194719481949195019511952195319541955195619571958195919601961196219631964196519661967196819691970197119731974197519761977197819791981198219851988198919921994199519992002200320042005200620072008200920102012201327137169631813.52PS3505.H48ocn000491106ocn000551602ocn002630684ocn000078029ocn469524809ocn491060066ocn613074380ocn797920914ocn263659283ocn866330579ocn808817078201836ocn000381697book19440.31Chase, Mary EllenThe Bible and the common readerCommentariesIntroductions"This book makes no claim to profound biblical scholarship. As its title clearly implies, it is written for the common reader; and from those common readers who may perhaps enjoy its pages I am myself distinguished only by the fact that I may possess more knowledge of its subject than they. I write it because for many years I have taken more delight in the Bible than in any other book I know and because I have become convinced that too few persons know how to read it." Mary Ellen Chase145913ocn000381532book19550.33Chase, Mary EllenLife and language in the Old TestamentCriticism, interpretation, etc140126ocn000280594book19410.29Chase, Mary EllenWindsweptFictionThree generations of a family on the coast of Maine+-+3168781245130014ocn000280600book19600.25Chase, Mary EllenThe lovely ambition, a novelFictionAccount of the family of an English Methodist minister that emigrates to Maine at the turn of the century+-+798758848512459ocn000382594book19620.27Chase, Mary EllenThe Psalms for the common readerCriticism, interpretation, etc118813ocn000282861book19570.27Chase, Mary EllenThe edge of darknessJuvenile worksFiction115129ocn000840384book19350.29Chase, Mary EllenSilas CrockettFictionDomestic fictionHistorical fictionSea storiesMary Peters has tapped again the rich vein of Americana in the backgrounds of Maine seafaring families, in this story of four generations of Crockett men -- and the women who rivalled their strength. The abundant minutiae of details builds the settings+-+0771162145114236ocn000280598book19340.31Chase, Mary EllenMary PetersFictionThe story of the daughter of a Maine sea captain, born on a merchant ship off Singapore and for fifteen years brought up and educated on her father's vessel. Her later life is spent in a little Maine village where her sterling traits come to fine fruition+-+K068781245107319ocn000491106book19560.27Jewett, Sarah OrneThe country of the pointed firs : and other storiesJuvenile worksFictionPsychological fictionShort stories, AmericanA collection of short stories describing life on the Maine coast+-+81298959659609ocn000223966book19500.33Chase, Mary EllenAbby Aldrich Rockefeller9216ocn000166181book19630.24Chase, Mary EllenThe Prophets for the common readerCriticism, interpretation, etc91420ocn000360237book19270.56Chase, Mary EllenThomas Hardy from serial to novelCriticism, interpretation, etc72010ocn000940080book19490.29Chase, Mary EllenThe plum treeFictionA nurse in a home for aged women finds ways to make three ladies' last day in the home a gracious and satisfying one6718ocn000386649book19480.47Chase, Mary EllenJonathan Fisher, Maine parson, 1768-1847Church historyBiography+-+897844269664010ocn000280601book19650.24Chase, Mary EllenA journey to BostonFictionOne tragic event in the lifes of the Polish who have settled in the upper Connecticut River Valley points up the strength and courage of these people+-+K10788848563316ocn000466387book19320.37Chase, Mary EllenA goodly heritageBiographyAn account, largely autobiographical, of Maine seacoast life during the twent- five or thirty years preceding the great war. of Prologue58711ocn000942633book19380.39Chase, Mary EllenDawn in LyonesseFiction5368ocn000256455book19360.47Chase, Mary EllenThis England4403ocn000569099book19650.06Chase, Mary EllenThe story of lighthousesJuvenile worksGives a history of lighthouses and describes what life was like for the children of lighthouse keepers3944ocn001515142book19460.59The book of Job : from the translation prepared at Cambridge in 1611 for King James IIllustrations12746ocn000280593book19650.32Westbrook, Perry DMary Ellen ChaseHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcReviews Miss Chase's many literary contributions to the American national culture through an examination of her background and development found in her autobiographical works9657ocn000176623book19390.35Chase, Mary EllenA goodly fellowshipBiographyRecords and correspondence6922ocn000280595book19540.32Chase, Mary EllenThe white gate : adventures in the imagination of a childBiographyReminiscences of her childhood in Maine1653ocn018411008book19880.66Chase, Evelyn HymanFeminist convert : a portrait of Mary Ellen ChaseBiography711ocn031708291book19950.76Squire, ElienneA lantern in the wind : the life of Mary Ellen ChaseBiography+-+0786929106324536ocn003869328book19320.37Chase, Mary EllenA goodly heritageBiographyAn account, largely autobiographical, of Maine seacoast life during the twent- five or thirty years preceding the great war. of Prologue451ocn644691377com20020.50Twentieth-Century literary criticismCriticism, interpretation, etcPresents literary criticism on the works of twentieth-century writers of all genres, nations, and cultures. Critical essays are selected from leading sources, including published journals, magazines, books, reviews, diaries, interviews, radio and television transcripts, pamphlets, and scholarly papers+-+K38401232551ocn069653269book19540.19Chase, Mary EllenThe white gateBiographyReminiscences of her childhood in Maine41ocn013997243book19620.19The Diamond jubilee of Mary Ellen Chase21ocn427193731book19660.06Chase, Mary EllenA walk on an icebergJuvenile worksBiographyThe author retells a story her grandmother told about the time she went for a walk on an iceberg21ocn018034510book19380.47Hall, Virginia SmithDown east today11ocn051183526mix0.47Chase, Mary EllenMary Ellen Chase papersContains biographical material including articles, correspondence, photographs, awards, financial information, reviews, writings, books, articles, and lectures in manuscript, typescript, galley and final published form11ocn053462970mix0.47Chase, Mary EllenMary Ellen Chase literary manuscriptsCriticism, interpretation, etcIntroductionsSourcesIncluded in the literary manuscripts are holograph copies of Dawn in Lyonesse and Windswept. Also typescripts of: Dolly Moses, Donald McKay and the clipper ships, The edge of darkness, A journey to Boston, Life and language in the Old Testament, Memorial Day 1900, The Psalms for the common reader, Richard Mansfield, Sailing the seven seas, Values in literature, Victoria, A walk on an iceberg, The white gate, and additional manuscripts of articles and reviews. Also included are her notebooks related to study of Hebrew, some correspondence, galley proofs, book contracts and royalty statements. Also a drawing of Blue Hill Harbor, Maine, by Maitland de Gogorzo11ocn213466151book1.00Shain, Charles EGrowing up in Maine : research papers collectionBiographyResearch papers written prior to the publication of the Shains's book Growing Up in Maine, which was eventually published by Down East Books in 199111ocn051129576visu19391.00Stahlberg, Eric[Mary Ellen Chase, half-length portrait, seated, facing left]11ocn007827717book19631.00Dodge, Evelyn CaldwellA critical study of the writing of Mary Ellen Chase11ocn702328061book1.00[Pamphlets by and about Mary Ellen Chase, including newspaper clippings and other ephemera]11ocn797013921mix0.47Chase, Mary EllenMary Ellen Chase papersPhotographsFictionThis collection consists primarily of manuscript material highlighting Chase's writing process and publications. It focuses on three of the author's novels; early unpublished essays (1904-1909); extensive correspondence with family members, publishers, professors, statespersons, and other authors; and includes a small collection of photographs, both formal portraits and informal snapshots. The collection also holds exceptional personal scrapbooks created by the author, each one devoted to a particular novel. The scrapbooks include fan mail, reviews and criticisms, newspaper clippings, and speaking engagements11ocn702153532mix1.00Notestein, WallaceWallace Notestein papersHistoryThe paper consist of correspondence, writings, printed material, notes, speeches, and other papers of Wallace Notestein, historian, teacher, author, and Sterling Professor of English History at Yale from 1928-1947. The bulk of the papers consist of letters received by Notestein from other historians, scholars, writers, students, and publishers and relate largely to academic and professional matters, to politics, and to his personal life11ocn303022653mix1.00Women's National Book AssociationWomen's National Book Association recordsCorrespondence, memoranda, publications and financial records+-+8129895965+-+8129895965Fri Mar 21 15:15:17 EDT 2014batch31399