William Sharp (12 September 1855 – 12 December 1905) was a Scottish writer,
of poetry and literary biography in particular, who from 1893 wrote also as Fiona
Macleod, a pseudonym kept almost s...
Sharp adopted the pseudonym Fiona Macleod which arose from the inspiration
and arousal that Sharp felt in Edith's presence. Sharp's inspiration formed the ...
I am indebted to RJ Stewart for making me aware of the writings of Fiona
MacLeod, a Celtic visionary and romantic of the late nineteenth century. Readers
of her ...
Fiona MacLeod. Lecturer Child Nursing. +44 141 331 3579 · Fiona.MacLeod@
gcu.ac.uk. Fiona is a Lecturer within the Department of Nursing and Community ...
Fiona Macleod is an environmental writer for the Mail & Guardian newspaper and
editor of the M&G Greening the Future and Investing in the Future ...
The Letters of William Sharp "Fiona Macleod". Edited by William F. Halloran,
University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee Sponsored by the Institute of English Studies.
The William Sharp "Fiona Macleod" Archive. The Purpose of the Archive is to
make William Sharp's writings available for study and research. The Archive is
onlinebooks.library.upenn.edu/webbin/book/lookupname?key=Sharp, William, 1855-1905
Sharp, William, 1855-1905: The Sin-Eater, and Other Tales and Episodes (
published under his Fiona MacLeod pseudonym; New York: Duffield and Co.,
Jun 18, 2005 ... II, The Collected Works of Fiona Macleod and. Vol. V, The Selected Writings of
Wm. Sharp (now in print) the writings of the above author are in ...
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