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Frank Sidgwick himself wrote two novels, Love and Battles in 1909, a high-spirited story of healthy young people linked by somewhat complicated genealogical ties, and, a few years later, Treasure of Thule, a romance of Orkney. Frank Sidgwick (1879-1939) was professionally well-known from the Edwardian era as one half of Sidgwick and Jackson, the publishers. He was also known as a novelist, a humourist, a specialist in light verse, and a parodist.

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List of poems by Frank Sidgwick 11 total

Bonnie George Campbell
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Bewick And Grahame
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Allison Gross
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The Laird O' Logie
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Captain Car
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Bessy Bell And Mary Gray
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Bonny Bee Ho'M And The Lowlands Of Holland
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Brown Adam
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Captain Wedderburn
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Adam
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Brown Robyn's Confession
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