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Miriam Agatha

(Agatha le Breton)


(1886 - 1970)

Miriam Agatha

Miriam Agatha was a pseudonym used by the Australian Catholic author Agatha Magdalen le Breton. She taught in various Catholic schools in Sydney and in Queensland, and used most of her spare time writing short stories and, later, a children's novel.


Nellie Doran (1888)

When Nellie's brother sells his horses, the family decides to send Nellie to the convent school, where her talent for music is soon revealed. This one of the few boarding school stories set in a Catholic institution.

Author(s): Miriam Agatha
Illustrator(s): None

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