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Agnes Maule Machar
Standard Name: Machar, Agnes Maule
Birth Name: Agnes Maule Machar
Pseudonym: A Lady of Ontario
Canadian writerwrote eight novels, many dealing with Canadian themes.
She also published poetry, journalism, biographies, travel guides, and children's literature, often with a didactic tone, and most on social issues such as temperance, working conditions, universal education, poverty, and women's rights. When tackling issues such as poverty and alcoholism in her fiction, sought answers in the Social Gospel creed of individual religious conversion combined with good deeds among the poor.
She was one of the best-known women writers in post-Confederation Canada, particularly for her journalism, and has been described as an ardent literary nationalist.
Machar, Agnes Maule. Faithful unto Death. J. M. Creighton, 1859.
Machar, Agnes Maule. For King and Country. Adam, Stevenson, 1874.
Gerson, Carole, and Agnes Maule Machar. “Introduction”. Roland Graeme, Knight, Tecumseh Press, 1996, p. vii - xxiv.
Machar, Agnes Maule. “January”. Sonnet Central: Canadian Sonnets: A Century of Canadian Sonnets.
Machar, Agnes Maule. Katie Johnstone’s Cross. J. Campbell, 1870.
Machar, Agnes Maule. Lays of the ’True North’ and Other Canadian Poems. Elliot Stock; Copp, Clark, 1899.
Machar, Agnes Maule. Lucy Raymond; or, The Children’s Watchword. J. Campbell, 1871.
Machar, Agnes Maule. Marjorie’s Canadian Winter. D. Lothrop, 1893.
Machar, Agnes Maule. Memorials of the Life and Ministry of the Rev. John Machar, D.D. J. Campbell, 1873.
Machar, Agnes Maule. Roland Graeme, Knight. William Drysdale; Fords, Howard and Hulbert, 1892.
Machar, Agnes Maule, and Thomas G. Marquis. Stories of New France. D. Lothrop, 1890.
Machar, Agnes Maule, and James Edward Cowell Welldon. Stories of the British Empire. Elliot Stock; William Briggs, 1913.
Machar, Agnes Maule. The Heir of Fairmount Grange. Digby, Long, 1895.
Machar, Agnes Maule. The Story of Old Kingston. Musson Book Company, 1908.
Machar, Agnes Maule. The Thousand Islands. Ryerson Press, 1935.