Author: Mary Isabel Tuplin
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"Dolly" Tuplin (nee Mary Isabel MacDonald) was born in New Glasgow, P.E.I. She graduated from Prince Edward Island Hospital and nursed in Massachusetts, Los Angeles, and Montreal as well as in Prince Edward Island. But she wove her novel around the people who captured her heart in the rural areas of P.E.I.
Multi-talented, she attended Art School and penned the sketches which illustrate the story. The landscapes are reproductions of her watercolours.
She became the wife of Fred Tuplin, of Indian River, P.E.I., and lived all her married life at Tuplin's Mill, a lovely spot where a water wheel ran a flour mill and a saw mill. She was a delightful person to know, and it has been a great joy to assist in editing and publishing her book.
Of the background for the novel she wrote: "Almost all the incidents described were my own experiences. A few were those of other nurses."
She died in 1975, at the age of eighty-one.
(P. Stanyer, Editor)
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