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William Sharp (writer)

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It was to Rinder ("EWR") he attributed the inspiration for his writings as Fiona Macleod thereafter, and to whom he dedicated his first Macleod novel ("Pharais") in ...

The William Sharp "Fiona Macleod" Archive | Institute of English ...

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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 and ...

The William Sharp "Fiona Macleod" Archive | Institute of English ...

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The Letters of William Sharp "Fiona Macleod". Edited by William F. Halloran, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee Sponsored by the Institute of English Studies.

Writings of Fiona Macleod - By Sundown Shores

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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 the public domain ...

Top 10 Fiona Macleod profiles | LinkedIn

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View the profiles of professionals named Fiona Macleod on LinkedIn. There are 117 professionals named Fiona Macleod, who use LinkedIn to exchange ...

1 WILLIAM SHARP [pseud. Fiona Macleod, W.H. Brooks] (1855 ...

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WILLIAM SHARP [pseud. Fiona Macleod, W.H. Brooks] (1855-1905). Born in Paisley, Scotland, in 1855, William Sharp was the oldest of eight children. His father ...

18. Vision. Fiona MacLeod (William Sharp). Modern British Poetry

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IN a fair place. Of whin and grass,. I heard feet pass. Where no one was. I saw a face, 5. Bloom like a flower—. Nay, as the rainbow-shower. Of a tempestuous ...

Richard Le Gallienne's Essay: The Mystery Of "fiona Macleod"

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[1]_William Sharp (Fiona Macleod)_. A Memoir, compiled by his wife, Elizabeth A. Sharp. (Duffield & Co.) _The Writings of Fiona Macleod_. Uniform edition.

William Sharp (Sharp, William, 1855-1905) | The Online Books Page

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Sharp, William, 1855-1905: The Sin-Eater, and Other Tales and Episodes ( published under his Fiona MacLeod pseudonym; New York: Duffield and Co., 1907) ...

The Project Gutenberg eBook of The Works Of "Fiona MacLeod", by ...

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Sep 2, 2011 ... 4), by Fiona Macleod This eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere at no cost and with almost no restrictions whatsoever. You may copy it, give ...

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William Sharp - The Personality behind Fiona Macleod - Scotland ...

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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 ...

Fiona MacLeod - Feri.com

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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 ...

Poems by Fiona MacLeod (British, 1855-1905) :: ArtMagick ...

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Read poetry written by the poet Fiona MacLeod (British, 1855-1905) at ArtMagick . ArtMagick is a virtual art gallery displaying paintings and poetry from art ...