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Walter De La Mare - Works - Short Story Collections
... Stories (1926) On the Edge (1930) The Lord Fish (1930) (children's stories) The Walter de la Mare Omnibus (1933) The Wind Blows Over (1936) The Nap and Other Stories (1936 ... Giles de la Mare) ...
W. Somerset Maugham Bibliography - Compiled, Edited and Introduced By Maugham (4)
... by Rupert Brooke - Heaven by Rupert Brooke - An Epitaph by Walter de la Mare - The Three Strangers by Walter de la Mare - The Little Salamander by Walter de la Mare - Arabia by Walter de la Mare - The ... by Katherine Mansfield - Miss Brill by Katherine Mansfield - The Marquis de Chaumant by Harold Nicolson - Arketall by Harold Nicolson - Lady Into Fox by David ... Washington Irving - The Stout Gentleman by Washington Irving - La Grande Breteche by Honore de Balzac - The Gray Champion by Nathaniel Hawthorne - The Crimson Curtain by ...
Cambridgeshire (UK Parliament Constituency) - Members of Parliament - MPs 1290-1660
... Sir John Colville Sir Robert Denny 1394 Sir Baldwin St George Richard Hasilden 1395 Sir Edmund de la Pole Thomas Hasilden II 1397 (Jan) Sir Thomas Skelton Thomas Hasilden II 1397 (Sep) John Tyndale Thomas ...
Ariel Poems (Faber)
... by Lawrence Binyon, drawings by Barnett Freedman Alone by Walter de la Mare, wood engravings by Blair Hughes-Stanton Gloria in Profundis by G ... by Sir William Nicholson Self to Self by Walter de la Mare, wood engravings by Blaire Hughes-Stanton Troy by Humbert Wolfe, drawings by C ... by "AE", designs by Paul Nash A Snowdrop by Walter de la Mare, drawings by Claudia Guercio Ubi Ecclesia by G ...
Dorothy P. Lathrop
... the book by Hans Christian Andersen, The Little Mermaid (1939, and Walter de la Mare's books for children, including his Down-adown Derry, Fairy Poems, published in 1922 ... "suite" of expressive illustrations appeared in Walter De la Mare's book for children, The Three Mulla-Mulgars ... Lathrop developed a friendship with author Walter de la Mare, and thereafter, illustrated 5 of his books published for children, including illustrations for de la Mare's Down-Adown-Derry (1922), Crossings (192 ...

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