ENGLISH POETRY 1579-1830: SPENSER AND THE TRADITION

Mary Ann Browne

(1812-1844)


Mary Ann Browne (afterwards Gray) was the sister of Felicia Hemans. She published her first volume of poems at the age of fifteen and went on to have a successful career as a writer of both prose and verse, publishing frequently in the literary annuals. In 1842 she was married to Mr. James Gray, a nephew of James Hogg; she died in Cork in 1844.


TEXT RECORDS:

1827Mont Blanc.
1827Ocean: gratefully inscribed to Mr. Linfitt of Burnham Academy.

PUBLICATIONS:

Mont Blanc and other poems. 1827.
Ada, and other poems. 1828.
Repentance, and other poems. 1829.
The coronal; original poems. 1833.
The Birth-day gift. 1834.
Ignatia and other poems. 1838.
Sacred poetry. 1840.
Sketches from the antique, and other poems. 1844.