Standard Name: Sinclair, May
Birth Name: Mary Amelia St Clair Sinclair
Self-constructed Name: May Sinclair
Styled: May Sinclair
Pseudonym: Julian Sinclair
, a major figure in the development of Modernism, wrote more than two dozen works ranging from novels (twenty-one of them), poetry, and collections of short stories to polemical pamphlets, philosophical treatises, translations, biography and a personal account of war experience. She was also a well-regarded book reviewer and literary critic. During her last decades she published nothing, and almost dropped from literary consciousness.
Sinclair, May. “<span data-tei-ns-tag="tei_title" data-tei-title-lvl=‘m’>Prufrock, and Other Observations</span>: A Criticism”. The Little Review.
Sinclair, May. “A Custance of Today”. Cheltenham Ladies College Magazine, Cheltenham Ladies’ College.
Sinclair, May. A Defence of Idealism. Macmillan, 1917.
Sinclair, May. “A Defence of Men”. The English Review.
Sinclair, May. A Journal of Impressions in Belgium. Hutchinson, 1915.
Sinclair, May. Anne Severn and the Fieldings. Hutchinson, 1922.
Sinclair, May. Arnold Waterlow: A Life. Hutchinson, 1924.
Sinclair, May. Audrey Craven. W. Blackwood, 1897.
Sinclair, May. “Clinical Lectures on Symbolism and Sublimation”. Medical Press, pp. 118-22.
Sinclair, May. Essays in Verse. Kegan Paul, Trench, 1891.
Sinclair, May. Feminism. Women Writers’ Suffrage League, 1912.
Sinclair, May. “Field Ambulance in Retreat: Via Dolorosa, Via Sacra”. King Albert’s Book, edited by Thomas Caine, Daily Telegraph, 1914, p. 141.
Scott, Catharine Amy Dawson, and May Sinclair. From Four Who Are Dead. Arrowsmith, 1926.
Sinclair, May. History of Anthony Waring. Hutchinson, 1927.
Sinclair, May, and Emily Brontë. “Introduction”. Wuthering Heights, Dent; Dutton, 1907.
Sinclair, May. “Khaki”. The English Review, Vol.
15, pp. 190-01.
Sinclair, May. Kitty Tailleur. Constable, 1908.
Sinclair, May. Life and Death of Harriett Frean. Collins, 1922.
Sinclair, May. Mary Olivier: A Life. Cassell, 1919.
Sinclair, May. Mr. and Mrs. Nevill Tyson. W. Blackwood, 1897.
Sinclair, May. Nakiketas, and Other Poems. Kegan Paul, Trench, 1886.
Sohm, Rudolf. Outlines of Church History. Translator Sinclair, May, Macmillan, 1895.
Sinclair, May. “Red Tape”. The Queen, the Lady’s Newspaper and Court Chronicle, pp. 802-3.
Sinclair, May. Tales Told by Simpson. Hutchinson, 1930.
Sinclair, May. Tasker Jevons: The Real Story. Hutchinson, 1916.