Biography: 
  • Gerson, Carole. "Susan Frances Harrison." Canadian Writers before 1890. Ed. William H. New. Detroit: Gale, 1990.
  • Harrison, Susan Frances. Four Ballads and a Play. Toronto: the author, 1890. PR9199.2 .H37 F68 Victoria College Canadiana
  • --. In Northern Skies and Other Poems. Toronto: the author, 1912. Internet Archive
Biography: 
  • Henry Kendall papers: State Library of New South Wales, and National Library of Australia.
  • Kendall, Thomas Henry. Leaves from Australian Forests. Melbourne: George Robertson, 1869.
  • --. Poems and Songs. Sydney: J. R. Clarke, 1862. Internet Archive.
  • --. Songs from the Mountains. Sydney: William Maddock, 1880. Google book.
Biography: 
  • Barcroft Capel Boake notes and Barcroft Henry Thomas Boake letters (State Library of New South Wales); Boake manuscript (National Library of Australia).
  • Boake, Barcroft Henry Thomas. Where the Dead Men Lie and Other Poems. Ed. A.G. Stephens. Sydney: Angus and Robertson, 1897.
Biography: 

Christopher John Brennan was born in Sydney, Australia in 1870 of Irish parents. Brennan first studied for the priesthood, but abandoned his vocation at St. Ignatius College for the University of Sydney. There Brennan concentrated on classics and philosophy, graduating from the University with first class honours in 1891.

Biography: 
  • Macpherson, Jay. "Scriven, Joseph Medlicott." Dictionary of Canadian Biography Online. Vol. XI (1881-1890). University of Toronto / Université Laval, 2000.
  • Scriven, Joseph Medlicott. Hymns and other Verses. Peterborough, Ontario, 1869.
Biography: 

Rosemarie Rowley was born in Dublin in 1942. After a spell working in the Agricultural Institute in Dublin, which she left for ecological reasons, she went to England to work for the BBC and as a schoolteacher in Birmingham. She attended Trinity College, Dublin, for her first degree in English, Irish, and Philosophy, graduating with a Distinction in English in the late 'sixties.

Biography: 

All works by W. B. Yeats, although briefly out of copyright in the 1990s, re-entered copyright since then and can only be published by permission of the publishers or the poet's estate.

For a brief biography of the poet, see the Nobel Foundation Web site and

Biography: 
  • Goldsmith, Oliver. The Rising Village, with Other Poems. Saint John: John McMillan, 1834.
Biography: 

Katharine Tynan, born on January 23, 1861, in Dublin, was educated at the Sienna Convent in Drogheda. She authored over one hundred novels, a five-volume autobiography, and several books of poems. Her friends included George Russell, W. B. Yeats, Christina Rossetti, and Alice Meynell. She married Henry Albert Hinkson, lawyer and novelist, in 1883 and they had three children.

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