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Standard Name: Wilson, Romer
Birth Name: Florence Roma Muir Wilson
Married Name: Florence Roma Muir O'Brien
Pseudonym: Romer Wilson
During a brief writing career (almost entirely limited to the 1920s) Europe. Many of her protagonists are artists or philosophers struggling to achieve or understand perfection in a world riven with suffering and imperfection. She often explores the impact of love and the effects on society of war or of mechanisation, in fiction which suggests a longing for a pre-industrial pastoral past.wrote produced novels, two novellas, a play, a biography, and a posthumously published collection of short stories. She compiled and edited three volumes of fairy tales from around the world. Her novels, highly philosophical and sometimes lyrically overblown, treat the existential and epistemological dilemmas facing postwar
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Wilson, Romer. All Alone. Chatto and Windus, 1928.
Wilson, Romer. Dragon’s Blood. W. Collins, 1926.
Wilson, Romer. Dragon’s Blood. Knopf, 1926.
Brunton, Violet. Green Magic. Editor Wilson, Romer, Jonathan Cape, 1928.
Wilson, Romer. Greenlow. W. Collins, 1927.
Wilson, Romer. If All These Young Men. Methuen, 1919.
Wilson, Romer. Latterday Symphony. Nonesuch Press, 1927.
Wilson, Romer. Martin Schüler. Methuen, 1918.
Wilson, Romer. Martin Schüler. Henry Holt, 1919.
Brunton, Violet. Silver Magic. Editor Wilson, Romer, Jonathan Cape, 1929.
Wilson, Romer. Tender Advice. W. Heinemann, 1935.
Wilson, Romer. The Death of Society. W. Collins, 1921.
Wilson, Romer. The Death of Society. George H. Doran, 1921.
Wilson, Romer. The Grand Tour. Methuen, 1923.
Wilson, Romer. The Hill of Cloves. W. Heinemann, 1929.
Wilson, Romer. The Social Climbers. E. Benn, 1927.