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Dora Sigerson Shorter

a.k.a. Dora Maria (nee) Sigerson Shorter

Author Code: IDSS

Born: Aug. 16, 1866 - Dublin, Ireland

Died: Jan. 6, 1918 - London, England

Educated at the Dublin School of Art. Beginning in 1893, she started publishing many collections of poetry. She married Clement King Shorter, an English journalist and literary critic, in 1895. She became a major figure of the Irish Literary Revival. She became friends with Katherine Tynan and Rose Cavanaugh. She moved with Shorter to London where they remained until her early death at 51 from undisclosed causes, although her friend Tynan has said that she died from a broken heart following the Irish uprising. Her collected poems were published in 1907. Shorter was also an accomplished sculptor. Her many works include The Fairy Changeling (1897), Ballads and Poems (1899), The Story and Song of Black Roderick (1906), Madge Lindsay (1913) and Love of Ireland (1916).

eBook Code Title/Sub-Title Pub. Yr Pages File Size Type Download Format Find Printed Copy
IDSS001 The Fairy-Changeling and Other Poems
  All Souls' Eve
  At Christmas Time
  A Ballad of Marjorie
  The Ballad of the Fairy Thorn-Tree
  The Ballad of the Little Black Hound
  Banagher Rhue
  Beware
  Beware
  A Bird From the West
  The Blow Returned
  Cean Duv Deelish
  Cupid Slain
  Death of Gormlaith
  Distant Voices
  An Eastern God
  An Eclipse
  The Fair Little Maiden
  The Fairy Changeling
  For Ever
  A Friend in Need
  I Am the World
  "I Prayed So Eagerly"
  "I Prayed So Eagerly"
  An Imperfect Revolution
  In A Wood
  An Irish Blackbird
  The Kine of My Father
  A Little Dog
  Love
  The Lover
  A Meadow Tragedy
  My Neighbour's Garden
  A New Year
  The Old Maid
  The Priest's Brother
  Questions
  The Rape of the Baron's Wine
  Sanctuary
  The Scallop Shell
  The Skeleton in the Cupboard
  The Suicide's Grave
  Unknown Ideal
  A Vagrant Heart
  Vale
  A Weeping Cupid
  What Will You Give?
  "When the Dark Comes"
  When You Are on the Sea
  Wirastrua
  Wishes
  With A Rose
  The Wreckage
  You Will Not Come Again
  You Will Not Come Again
1897 64 241k eBook Download PDF - 'The Fairy-Changeling and Other Poems' (IDSS001)   Download ePub - 'The Fairy-Changeling and Other Poems' (IDSS001) Find a printed copy of The Fairy-Changeling and Other Poems by Dora Sigerson Shorter at AbeBooks
IDSS003 The Story and Song of Black Roderick 1906 29 223k eBook Download PDF - 'The Story and Song of Black Roderick' (IDSS003)   Download ePub - 'The Story and Song of Black Roderick' (IDSS003) Find a printed copy of The Story and Song of Black Roderick by Dora Sigerson Shorter at AbeBooks
IDSS002 The Woman Who Went to Hell and Other Ballads and Lyrics
  The Beggar Maid
  To Clarissa
  The Dean of Santiago
  Earl Roderick's Bride
  The Man Who Trod on Sleeping Grass
  The Mountain Maid
  The Watcher in the Woo!
  The Woman Who Went to Hell
1900 24 171k eBook Download PDF - 'The Woman Who Went to Hell and Other Ballads and Lyrics' (IDSS002)   Download ePub - 'The Woman Who Went to Hell and Other Ballads and Lyrics' (IDSS002) Find a printed copy of The Woman Who Went to Hell and Other Ballads and Lyrics by Dora Sigerson Shorter at AbeBooks

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