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Cora Linn Morrison Daniels (pen names, Australia and Lucrece; March 17, 1852 – 1934) was a 19th-century American author from Massachusetts. She served as editor of the literature department of William Henry Harrison Murray's The Golden Rule (1875–78). For 10 years, she was the New York literary and dramatic correspondent for The Hartford Times. For 25 years, she was worked as a travel and general correspondent to the press. The best work of her life, which she valued beyond the novels, was published in an illustrated volume entitled As It is to Be.

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Boston : Little, Brown and company, 1900
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