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Louise Imogen Guiney

Author Code: ALIG

Born: Jan. 7, 1861 - Roxbury, Boston, Massachusetts, USA

Died: Nov. 2, 1920 - Gloucestershire, England

Educated at a convent school in Providence, Rhode Island, Guiney graduated in 1879. She began writing poetry and essays as a young woman. During her early years she worked at a variety of jobs, including at the Boston Public Library as a cataloguer. In 1884, she publishedSongs at the Start, a collection of poems which was well-received. The following year saw the publication of her first book of essays, Goose-Quill Papers. In 1901, she moved to Oxford, England. She became an admirer of Tennyson and Hazlitt. As a devoted Catholic, much of her work had religious overtones. She began to suffer ill-health during the 1910s and from then on concentrated on essays and biographical studies. She died of a stroke at the age of 59. Her biography was written by her close friend and collaborator, Alice Brown, in 1921. Her other works include The White Sail and Other Poems (1887), Brownies and Bogles (1888), A Roadside Harp (1893), A Little English Gallery (1895), Lover's Saint Ruth's and Three Other Tales (1895), Nine Sonnets Written at Oxford (1895), England and Yesterday (1898), The Martyr's Idyl and Shorter Poems (1899), Robert Emmet (1904), The Princess of the Tower (1906) and Letters (1926 Posthumous).

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ALIG001 England and Yesterday
  Ad Antiquarium
  April in Govilon
  Athassel Abbey
  A Ballad of Kenelm
  Changes in the Temple
  The Chantry
  To A Child
  Columba and the Stork
  A December Walk
  Doves
  Emily Bronte
  An Epitaph for William Hazlitt
  Fog
  A Foot-note to A Famous Lyric
  For Izaak Walton
  The Graham Tartan to A Graham
  To Henry Howard, Earl of Surrey
  In A London Street
  In A Perpendicular Church
  In A Ruin, After A Thunder-storm
  In Leinster
  In the Docks
  In the Reading-room of the British Museum
  In Ulster
  A Last View
  A Last Word on Shelley
  The Lights of London
  Martyrs' Memorial
  A Memory of A Breconshire Valley
  Of Joan's Youth
  The Old Dial of Corpus
  On First Entering Westminster Abbey
  On Leaving Winchester
  On the Cenotaph of the Prince Imperial in Saint George's Chapel
  On the Pre-Reformation Churches About Oxford
  On the Same (Continued)
  Passing the Minster
  Pax Paganica
  A Porch in Belgravia
  Port Meadow
  Retrieval
  Romans in Dorset
  Rooks in New College Gardens
  S. Peter-Ad-Vincula
  A Seventeenth-Century Song
  Shropshire Landscape
  Strikers in Hyde Park
  Sunday Chimes in the City
  The Tow-path
  Undertones At Magdalen
  Valediction
  Writ in My Lord Clarendon's "History of the Rebellion."
  The Yew-tree
  York Stairs
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