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 Otway, ThomasOverbury, Sir Thomas 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Ouida
 
(Louisa de la Ramée). “Ariadne;” “Cecil Castlemaine’s Gage;” “Chandos;” “A Dog of Flanders;” “Under Two Flags” (1868); “Puck” (1869); “Folle-Farine;” “Friendship;” “Held in Bondage;” “Idalia” (1867); “In a Winter City;” “Pascarel” (1873); “Sigma;” “Strathmore;” “Tricotrin;” “Two Little Wooden Shoes” (1874); “Moths” (1880); “Pipistrello and Other Stories” (1880); “A Village Commune” (1881); “In Maremma” and “Bimbi” (1882); “Wanda” and “Frescoes” (1883); “Princess Napraxine” (1884); “A House Party” (1886); “Othamar” (1887); “Guilderoy” (1889); “Ruffino, etc.” (1890); “Syrlin” (1890); “Tower of Taddeo” (1890); “Santa Barbara, etc.” (1891); “The New Priesthood” [the Medical Profession] (1893); “The Silver Christ,” and “A Lemon Tree” (1894); “Two Offenders” (1894); “Views and Opinions” (1895), etc.   1
 


 Otway, ThomasOverbury, Sir Thomas 

 
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