Craigie, Pearl Mary Teresa

Pseudonym = John Oliver Hobbes. Novelist and dramatist, born Chelsea, Massachusetts, 1867; died London, England, 1906. Educated in London and Paris, she became a Catholic in 1892. She was the author of popular novels, among them "A Bundle of Life," "The Gods, Some Mortals, and Lord Wickenham," "The School for Saints," "Robert Orange," and several plays, including "Journeys end in Lovers' Meeting," "The Ambassador," and "The Flute of Pan." There is a memorial tablet to her in Barnard Collge, New York.

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