RIVES, AMELIE LOUISE, 1863-1945

Biography:

Writer. Born– August 23, 1863, Richmond, Va. Parents– Alfred Laudon and Sarsh (Macmurdo) Rives. Moved to Mobile in 1870. Married– John Armstrong Chanler, June 14, 1888; divorced, 1895. Married– Prince Pierre Troubetzoy, February 18, 1896. Suffered from rheumatic fever and treatment caused drug addiction; recovered from the addiction and used the experience for the basis of one book. One of the first American authors influenced by advances in psychiatry.

Source:

Notable American Women, Women’s Who’s Who in America, 1914-1915; and Current Biography, 1945.

Publication(s):

According to St. John. New York; J.W. Lovell Co., 1891.

Athelwold. New York; Harper and Brothers, 1893.

Augustine the Man. New York; John Lane, 1906.

Barbara Dering. Philadelphia; J.B. Lippincott, 1893.

A Brother to Dragons. New York; Harper and Brothers, 1888.

Damsel Errant. Philadelphia; Lippincott, 1898.

The Elusive Lady. London; Hurst & Blackett, 1918.

Firedamp. New York; F.A. Stokes, 1930.

The Golden Rose. New York; Harper and Brothers, 1908.

Herod and Marianne. Philadelphia; J. B. Lipppincott, 1888.

Hidden House. Philadelphia; Lippincott, 1912.

Pan’s Mountain. New York; Harper and Brothers, 1910.

The Queerness of Celia. New York; F. A. Stokes, 1926.

The Quick or the Dead? Philadelphia; Lippincott, 1888.

The Sea Woman’s Clock, and November Eve. Cincinnati; Stewart Kidd Co. 1923.

Shadow of Flames. New York; F. A. Stokes, 1915.

Tanis, the Sang Digger. New York; Town Topic Pub. Co., 1893.

Trix and Over-the-Moon. New York; Harper and Brothers, 1909.

Virginia of Virginia. New York; Harper and Brothers, 1888.

World’s End. New York; F. A. Stokes, 1914.

Song Lyrics; My Laddie. New York; G. Schirmer, 1906.