Corra May Harris

Corra May Harris

Corra May Harris, born Corra May White (1869 - 1935) was an American writer. She was born at Farm Hill, Ga. (just outside of Elberton, Georgia), was educated at home, and married a Methodist minister, the Reverend Lundy Howard Harris (died 1910), in 1887. She began writing for the Independent in 1899.

She wrote:

  • The Jessica Letters (1904), in collaboration with Paul Elmer More.
  • A Circuit Rider's Wife, (1910).
  • Eve's Second Husband, (1910).
  • The Recording Angel, (1912).
  • In Search of a Husband, (1913).
  • The Co-Citizens, (1915).
  • A Circuit Rider's Widow, (1916).
  • Making Her His Wife, (1918).
  • From Sunup to Sundown, (1919).
  • Happily Married, (1920).
  • My Son, (1921).
  • The Eyes of Love, (1922).
  • A Daughter of Adam, (1923).
  • The House of Helen, (1923).
  • My Book and My Heart, (1924).

Ref:

  • Badura, Catherine: "Corra Harris" in Ruppersburg, Hugh & Inscoe, John C. (Eds), "The New Georgia Encyclopedia Companion To Georgia Literature." Athens: University of Georgia Press, 2007, pp 201-203.

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