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Jane Barlow
Irish Novelist

(1860-1917)

The New York Times, April 20, 1917

JANE BARLOW DEAD
Irish Novelist Who Received a Degree from Dublin University.

LONDON, April 20. -- Jane Barlow, a well-known writer, who recieved the honorary degree of D. Litt. from Dublin University,died Tuesday. She was born in Clontarf, County Dublin, the duaghter of J.W. Barlow, who was the eminent vice-provost of Trinity College, Dublin.

Some of her works were: "Bogland Studies," published in 1892; "Irish Idylls," published in the same year; "Kerrigan's Quality," 1893; "The End of Elfintown," 1894; "The Battle of the Frogs and Mice," 1894; "Mrs. Martin's Company," 1896; "Creel of the Irish Stories," 1897; "From the Land of the Shamrock," 1900; "The Founding of Fortunes," 1902; and "Doings and Dealings," in 1913.

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