Alice Cary (1820-1871)
Alice Cary, a poet and novelist, was known for her depictions of life in the fictional nineteenth-century American rural town "Clovernook" which was based on her childhood in Ohio. The New York City home of Alice and her sister Phoebe (also a poet) served as a salon for the literary set of the time period.
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