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Marietta Holley was an American humorist who used satire to comment on US society and politics Her successful series of Samantha books feature the character of Samantha Allen a wise small-town woman or crackerbox philosopher who goes on adventures in urban America and Europe and her foolish husband Josiah Allen Holley was so skilled with satire and so popular that she was often compared to Mark Twain and Edgar Nye

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Famous poems by Marietta Holley 14 total

The Unseen City 47 ViewsRate it:
The Fisher's Wife 40 ViewsRate it:
The Song Of The Siren 36 ViewsRate it:
What Makes The Summer? 28 ViewsRate it:
A Dream Of Spring. 1 ViewRate it:
A Rich Man's Reverie. 0 ViewsRate it:
A Song For Twilight. 0 ViewsRate it:
A Woman's Heart. 0 ViewsRate it:
At Last. 0 ViewsRate it:
Autumn Song Of The Swallow. 0 ViewsRate it:
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