ANN SOPHIA STEPHENS (WINTERBOTHAM)
\ˈan sˈɒfiə stˈiːvənz wˈɪntəbˌə͡ʊθəm], \ˈan sˈɒfiə stˈiːvənz wˈɪntəbˌəʊθəm], \ˈa_n s_ˈɒ_f_i__ə s_t_ˈiː_v_ə_n_z__ w_ˈɪ_n_t_ə_b_ˌəʊ_θ_ə_m]\
Definitions of ANN SOPHIA STEPHENS (WINTERBOTHAM)
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An American novelist; born in Derby, Conn., 1813; died in Newport, R. I., Aug. 20, 1886. After 1837 she resided in New York, and was at different times engaged in editorial work. Most noted of her poems is "The Polish Boy", and of her novels "Fashion and Famine" (1854). Among her other publications are: "The Old Homestead" (1855; 2 vols., 1860); "Sibyl Chase" (1862); and "Ahmo's Plot" (1863).
By Charles Dudley Warner