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by Myra Kelly
Pages: 224 pages
Publisher: Kessinger Publishing, LLC (September 13, 2007)
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The second book by Dublin-born Myra Kelly (1875- 1910), following her successful debut, LITTLE CITIZENS (1905), tales of immigrant children on New York's Lower East Side. In contrast, ISLE OF DREAMS is a novel of the life of a talented young woman artist struggling for recongition. Upon publication the St. Louis Globe-Democrat described the the book as a "sweet and perfect . Published by New York: D. Appleton & C., 1907.
Myra Kelly came to New York City with her family when she was a child . In her scant 35 years, the prolific Kelly produced not only three books of East Side stories but popular romantic tales as well. The Isle of Dreams (1907). The Golden Season (1909).
Myra Kelly came to New York City with her family when she was a child; they lived on the East Side, where her physician father developed a large practice. Educated first at convent schools, she attended Horace Mann High School and then Teachers College of Columbia University, receiving a diploma in 1899 as a teacher of manual training. She also wrote essays about educational methods and effects, some of which appeared in collections with her stories.