Ernest de Sélincourt
Ernest de Sélincourt (1870–1943) was a British literary scholar and critic. He is best known as an editor of William Wordsworth and Dorothy Wordsworth. He was Oxford Professor of Poetry from 1928 to 1933 and a Fellow of University College, Oxford. After a distinguished career at Oxford, he became Professor of English at Birmingham. Early in his career he taught in the Ladies' Department of King's College London, where his students included Virginia Woolf (then Virginia Stephen). 
His papers are held at the University of Birmingham Special Collections.
A little known fact about Ernest de Sélincourt is that he went to France in March 1917 as a Professor with the YMCA and this service is duly recorded in the First World War medal rolls.
- The Poetical Works of Edmund Spenser (1910) editor, three volumes
- English poets and the national ideal – four lectures (1915)
- The Poems of John Keats (1920) editor
- Guide to the Lakes by William Wordsworth (1926) editor
- The Prelude, or Growth of a Poet's Mind by William Wordsworth (1928) editor
- Journals of Dorothy Wordsworth (1933) editor
- Dorothy Wordsworth (1933)
- Oxford Lectures on Poetry (1934)
- The Letters of William and Dorothy Wordsworth – 6 Volumes (1935–39) editor, six volumes
- Recollections of a Tour Made in Scotland (1941), editor (by Dorothy Wordsworth)