Anna Bowman Dodd (1858-1929) received popularity as an American book writer. Dod from New York published short stories, church music articles, and essays. One of her politically orientated articles focused on France and became published in Harper’s Magazine in 1881. Henry Mills Alden the editor appraised the article as one of the most clever papers submitted. Her first book received the name Cathedral Days (1887) and secondly received popularity after the publication of The Republic of The Future (1887). She also wrote a book on Normandy named In and Out of Three Normandy Inns (1892). She travelled extensively with her parents and learned to speak both Italian and French. Her career started with the publication of articles in the Lippincott’s, Appleton’s, the New York Evening Post and Harper’s for example.
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