Standard Name: Browne, Frances
Birth Name: Frances Browne
Pseudonym: F. B.
Pseudonym: F. Browne
Indexed Name: Frances Brown
Nickname: The Blind Girl of Donegal
Nickname: The Blind Poetess of Ulster
Nickname: The Blind Poetess of Donegal
Granny's Wonderful Chair became a classic.published from the mid to the late nineteenth century, arousing public interest on account of her blindness. Having begun with poetry, she became best known for fiction—novels and short stories for children and adults—and her famed story collection
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Browne, Frances, and Joseph Kenny Meadows. Granny’s Wonderful Chair. Griffith and Farran, 1857.
Browne, Frances. Lyrics and Miscellaneous Poems. Sutherland and Knox; Simpkin, Marshall, 1848.
Browne, Frances. My Share of the World. Hurst and Blackett, 1861.
Browne, Frances. The Castleford Case. Hurst and Blackett, 1862.
Browne, Frances. The Dangerous Guest: A Story of 1745. Religious Tract Society.
Browne, Frances. The Ericksons. The Clever Boy; or, Consider Another. Paton and Ritchie, 1852.
Browne, Frances. The Exile’s Trust. Leisure Hour, 1869.
Browne, Frances. The First of the African Diamonds. Religious Tract Society, 1887.
Browne, Frances. The Hidden Sin. R. Bentley, 1866.
Browne, Frances. The Nearest Neighbour and Other Stories. Religious Tract Society, 1875.
Browne, Frances. The Star of Attéghéi; the Vision of Schwartz; and Other Poems. Edward Moxon, 1844.
Burnett, Frances Hodgson, and Frances Browne. “The Story of The Lost Fairy Book”. Granny’s Wonderful Chair, ACC Children’s Classics, 1999, pp. 5-8.