31 Famous Quotes By Fanny Fern That Have A Mischievous Glint
Journalist, Writer, Novelist, Children's writer, Essayist
Sara Willis, popularly known as Fanny Fern, was an American humorist, newspaper columnist, children book author and novelist. She went on to become one of the most renowned female authors during that period. She wrote for the publication ‘New York Ledger’ and due to her immense popularity, she also became the highest paid columnist in America. In 1855, Fern was paid a then mind boggling salary of $100 per week and her style particularly appealed the thriving ladies in America at that time. Other than being a noted columnist, Fern was also a highly successful author and one of her most important books is ‘Ruth Hall’, published in 1854, that is regarded as a cornerstone of feminist literature. Fern also became quite famous as a writer of children’s books and some of the noted ones include ‘The New Story Book for Children’, ‘Little Ferns for Fanny’s Little Friends’ and ‘The Play-Day Book’. Fern wrote about a wide range of subjects throughout her career. Feminist themes were particularly close to her heart and her writings expressed her views and thoughts on the same. Read through the quotes and thoughts by Fanny Fern which have been excerpted from her columns, books, essays and public utterances.