Margaret Louisa Woods

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Margaret Louisa Woods (1856 - 1945) was an English writer, known for novels and poetry. She was the daughter of the scholar George Granville Bradley and sister to fellow writer Mabel Birchenough. She married Henry George Woods, who became President of Trinity College, Oxford and Master of the Temple.[1]

Works[edit]

Novels
  • A Village Tragedy (1889)
  • Esther Vanhomrigh (1891)
  • Sons of the Sword (1901)
  • The King's Revoke (1905)
  • The Invader (1907)
  • A Poet's Youth
Verse collections
  • Lyrics and Ballads (1891)
  • Aeromancy (1896)
  • Songs (1896)
  • Poems Old and New (1907)
  • Collected Poems (1913)
  • The Return and Other Poems (1921).

Juvenile Fiction

  • "Come Unto These Yellow Sands" (1915.) illustrated by J. Hancock.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Martha S. Vogeler, ‘Woods , Margaret Louisa (1855–1945)’, Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Oxford University Press, 2004

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