A bound autograph manuscript of Irish author Katharine Tynan's complete and unpublished novel "Fraulein" (267 pages).
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Katharine Tynan (1861-1931), Irish writer, was the author of more than one hundred novels, Katharine Tynan is remembered principally as an early member of the Celtic Revival movement, along with poets W. B. Yeats and A. E. (George William Russell), and as a minor poet of nature and devotional lyrics. It was in the second phase of Tynan's literary career that she became a prolific author of popular novels of romance and adventure. (Source below.)
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Katharine Tynan Manuscript of "Fraulein", Booth Family Center for Special Collections, Georgetown University Library, Washington, D.C. https://findingaids.library.georgetown.edu/repositories/15/resources/10607 Accessed January 23, 2022.