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cknor & Fields, and addressed more especially to the tastes and wants of younger readers — has been hardly less commended or less popular.
Lyra and other poems, published by Redfield in 1853, was the first volume of verse wherein Miss Cary challenged the judgment of critics independently of her sister.
That it was a decided success is sufficiently indicated by the fact that a more complete edition, including all. the contents of Redfield's, with much more, was issued by Ticknor & Fields in 1855. The maiden of Tiascala, a narrative poem of seventy-two pages, was first given to the public in this Boston edition.
Her first novel-Hagar; a story of to-day --was written for and appeared in The Cincinnati Commercial, appearing in a book form in 1852. Married, not mated, followed in 1856, and The Bishop's son, her last, was issued by Carleton, in 1867.
Each of these have had a good reception, alike from critics and readers; though their pecuniary success has, perhaps, been less decided