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Nephi Anderson
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Nephi Anderson from Latter-day Saint Biographical Encyclopedia (1919) via Wikipedia
Born January 22, 1865(1865-01-22)
Christiania, Norway
Died January 6, 1923
Salt Lake City, Utah, United States
Occupation Novelist, Educator
Literary movement Home Literature
Notable work(s) Added Upon, Dorian

NovelsEdit

Non-FictionEdit

Short StoriesEdit

  • "Grandmother's Rocking Chair" (1890)
  • "Lester Amsden's Love" (1890)
  • "Almina" (1891)
  • "Mary, A Story of Sagebrush Bench" (1891)
  • "Tallie, Bill White's Girl" (1894)
  • "Conscience from Carthage" (1894)
  • "The Finding of the Pearl" (1894)
  • "A Visit of the King" (1895)
  • "Salvation of Souls" (1900)
  • "Finding of Olga" (1901)
  • "Christmas Story on Faith, Hope, and Charity" (1904)
  • "Love's First Conquest" (1904)
  • "Missionary's Release" (1905)
  • "The Lewellen Family’s Christmas Present" (1905)
  • "Freedom of Donald Gray" (1906)
  • "The Inevitable" (1907)
  • "When the Stove Smoked" (1907)
  • "End of the Rainbow" (1910)
  • "How the Lord Was Good to Aunt Johanna" (1910)
  • "Little Child Shall Lead Them" (1910)
  • "Out of the Abundance of the Heart" (1910)
  • "The Home Guard" (1911)
  • "John Engleman and the Spirit of Christmas" (1912)
  • "The Home Field" (1915)
  • "Unbidden Guests" (1915)
  • "Testing of Gilda" (1916)
  • "Mother’s Day" (1916)
  • "At St. Peter's Gate" (1917)
  • "Tendrilla" (1917)
  • "Forfeits" (1918)
  • "The Girl" (1921)
  • "Distance Lends Enchantment" (1922)
  • "The Straw" (1922)
  • "Exceptions" (1923)

PoetryEdit

  • "Consolation (1901)
  • "A Vision" (1901)
  • "Died in the Field" (1901)
  • "Home Call" (1906)

External linksEdit

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