Standard Name: Francis, Saint,, of Assissi
Used Form: St Francis of Assissi
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|Textual Features||Judith Kazantzis||
Sister Invention is a new name for or new concept of that creative power that has sometimes been called the Muse, which recalls the way St Francis would address non-human beings as brothers. JK writes...
|Textual Features||Katharine Tynan||
Irish legends and mythology recur in it, from the first poem, The Pursuit of Diarmuid and Grainne. This work retells (from the original translation from Gaelic to English by Samuel Ferguson ) a Fenian...
|Textual Features||Dorothy Wellesley||
Although Virginia Woolf specifically appreciated the down-to-earth quality of parts of this sequence, DW gives evidence of the continued attraction for her of the historical, or even the cosmic, elements which she finds in landscapes...
|Textual Production||Elizabeth Goudge||
Among EG 's other publications for children, she herself loved best The Valley of Song (with illustrations by Steven Spurrier), 1951, which however she called a mixed up, confused book liked by a few children...
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