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Margaret Louisa Woods
Margaret Louisa Woods (née Bradley; 20 November 1855 – 1 December 1945) was an English writer, known for novels and poetry. She was born in Rugby, the daughter of the scholar George Granville Bradley and sister of fellow writer Mabel Birchenough. She married Henry George Woods, who became President of Trinity College, Oxford, and Master of the Temple.
- A Village Tragedy (1889)
- Esther Vanhomrigh (1891)
- Sons of the Sword (1901)
- The King's Revoke (1905)
- The Invader (1907)
- A Poet's Youth
- Lyrics and Ballads (1889)
- Aeromancy (1896)
- Songs (1896)
- Poems Old and New (1907)
- Collected Poems (1913)
- The Return and Other Poems (1921)
- Come Unto These Yellow Sands (1915), illustrated by J. Hancock.
Poem of the day
by Christina Rossetti
Ten years ago it seemed impossible
That she should ever grow so calm as this,
With self-remembrance in her warmest kiss
And dim dried eyes like an exhausted well.
Slow-speaking when she has some fact to tell,
Silent with long-unbroken silences,
Centred in self yet not unpleased to please,
Gravely monotonous like a passing bell.
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