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Issue Details: First known date: 1891... 1891 An American Singer
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Slight, melodramatic romance set in France and the USA. An American girl learns singing in Paris and is fallen in love with by Count Paul de Frontin. Determined to succeed as a singer and support her father she refuses to marry him - until on her second debut she fails publicly, appearing drunk. She agrees to marry the count but he is killed before they leave for America in a riding accident. She returns to New York and becomes a nun! (PB)

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  • From Detroit Free Press

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  • Appears in:
    y separately published work icon The Australian Journal vol. 26 no. 311 April 1891 Z1035073 1891 periodical issue 1891 pg. 425-426
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