Lilian Whiting

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Lilian Whiting
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Lilian Whiting (October 3, 1859 – 1942) was an American journalist and author.

Biography[edit]

Born at Niagara Falls, New York, she attended the Mount Carroll Seminary, later known as Shimer College, in Illinois.[1] She was literary editor of the Boston Traveler from 1880 to 1890, editor of the Boston Budget in 1890-93, and afterward spent much of her time in Europe. She died in 1942.

Publications[edit]

Cover of The Life Radiant by Lilian Whiting

Her publications include:

  • The World Beautiful (three series, 1894, 1896, 1898)
  • A Study of the Life and Character of Elizabeth Barrett Browning (1899)
  • From Dream-Land Sent (1899)
  • Kate Field: a Record (1899)
  • The World Beautiful in Books (1901)
  • Boston Days (1902)
  • The Life Radiant (1903)
  • The Florence of Landor (1905)
  • Land of Enchantment (1906)
  • Italy: The Magic Land (1907)
  • Paris, the Beautiful (1908)
  • Louise Chandler Moulton: Poet and Friend (1909)
  • The Brownings (1911)
  • Athens (1913)
  • The Lure of London (1914)
  • Women Who Have Ennobled Life (1915)
  • The Golden Road (1918)

Life Transfigured (1910) Boston, Little, Brown and Company

Notes[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Personals". Oread of Mount Carroll Seminary (Shimer College). August 1890. p. 25. 

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