Sarah Williams

Standard Name: Williams, Sarah
Birth Name: Sarah Williams
Pseudonym: Sadie
SW had a short and promising career in the late 1860s as a writer of journalism, poetry, and fiction aimed at both children and adults. Highly regarded by other writers, her work not only ranges widely across but also blends various genres; like many of her contemporaries, for instance, she displays an interest in dramatic poetic forms.


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Friends, Associates Sarah Tytler
One literary friend whom ST knew only through correspondence was the poet Sarah Williams . Williams addressed Tytler (among other friends) in a farewell verse on the eve of her early death from a cancer...


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Williams, Sarah. Begin. 1868.
Plumptre, Edward Hayes, and Sarah Williams. “Memoir”. Twilight Hours: A Legacy of Verse, Strahan, 1868, p. vii - xxxiii.
Williams, Sarah. Rainbows in Springtide: Tales. George Routledge and Sons, 1867.
Williams, Sarah, and Edward Hayes Plumptre. Twilight Hours: A Legacy of Verse. Strahan, 1868.