Rosanna Eleanor Leprohon (January 12, 1829 – September 20, 1879 / Canada)
Rosanna Eleanor Leprohon (January 12, 1829 – September 20, 1879), born Rosanna Eleanor Mullins, was a Canadian writer and poet. She was "one of the first English-Canadian writers to depict French Canada in a way that earned the praise of, and resulted in her novels being read by, both anglophone and francophone Canadians."
Leprohon was born on January 12, 1829, in Montreal to Francis and Rosanna Mullins. The second daughter of a wealthy merchant, she was educated at the Convent of the Congregation of Notre Dame. She later wrote the poems "A Touching Ceremony" and "On the Death of the Same Reverend Nun" to honor the nuns and convent.
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- A Canadian Snow Fall
- A Canadian Summer Evening
- A Child’s Treasures
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- A Girl’s Day Dream And Its Fulfilment
- A Modern Courtship
- A Touching Ceremony
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- A Worldly Death-Bed
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- After The Ball
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