“As I was going to St. ___ …” (nursery rhyme)

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Alice Emma Ives (1876–1930) was an American dramatist and journalist. A native of Detroit, at an early age, she wrote for the newspapers. She was “one of the more prolific women playwrights of the Victorian era”. She had considerable success as a writer of verse and short stories, also as a dramatic and art critic. Her stories, written for New York City and Detroit papers, were quite extensively copied. One which appeared in the Detroit Free Fress enjoyed the rounds of different journals, and reached as far as New Zealand. Her verses appeared in Our Continent and the New York Sunday Mercury.

Alice Emma Ives was born in Detroit, Michigan, 1876, where she lived until September, 1890, when she removed with her mother to New York City, Ives’ father dying when she was two years old. Her literary bent was early shown. Before she knew how to write in cursive, she printed the verses which she composed. When about seventeen years of age, she wrote her first story, which was promptly accepted by Frank Leslie. So severe was she in judging her work that, instead of being elated at her success, she was appalled at what seemed to her an unwarrantable presumption, and never sent another line to a publisher for ten years.

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