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Champagne, Marion G. (Grosberg 1936), The Cauliflower Heart, New York: Dial, 1944, 389 pp. [Jewish students at Smith and after graduation]
Chase, Jessie Anderson (1886), Three Freshmen. Chicago: A. C. McClurg and Co, 1898, 264 pp. [set at Smith]
Chase, Jessie Anderson (1886), "Three Freshmen: Ruth, Fran, and Nathalie," [serial about the same characters in Three Freshmen], St. Nicholas, January - May 1895.
Daskam, Josephine Dodge (1898), Smith College Stories. New York: Charles Scribners' Sons, 1900 (2nd ed., 1921), 343 pp.
Eustis, Helen (1938), The Horizontal Man. 1945; reprint New York: Garland, 1975, 231 pp.; in Neilson only PS3509.U66 H6. [Murder mystery]
Fuller, Caroline Macomber (l895), Across the Campus: A Story of College Life. New York: Charles Scribners' Sons, 1899, 441 pp.
Johnson, Mrs. Clarke [pseud.?; Mrs. Dillon?], Her College Days: A Story for Girls, Philadephia: Penn Publishing Co., 1896, 336 pp. [set at fictional "Gale" College]
Johnson, Nora (1954), A Step Beyond Innocence. New York: Dell, 1962, 256 pp. [originally published by Little, Brown, and Co., Boston, 1961).
Lucas, Victoria, pseud. (Sylvia Plath 1955), The Bell Jar. London: William Heinemann Ltd., 1963, 258 pp.
Ray, Anna Chapin (1885), Sidney at College. 1908, 289 pp. Sidney: Her Senior Year, 1910, 320 pp. Boston: Little, Brown, and Co. [Smith] [There are other Sidney stories that aren't about her college years.]
Warde, Margaret, pseud. (Edith Kellogg Dunton 1897):
Webster, Jean (Vassar 1901), When Patty Went to College. New York: Grosset and Dunlap, 1903, 280 pp. [Vassar?]