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 Yeats, William ButlerYoung, Arthur 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Yonge, Charlotte Mary
 
(b. 1823). “The Heir of Redcliffe” (1853); “Heartsease” (1854); “The Daisy Chain” (1856); “The Chaplet of Pearls” (1868); “Lady Hester” (1873); “My Young Alcides” (1875); “The Three Brides” (1876); “Magnum Bonum” (1879); “Stray Pearls” (1883); “The Two Sides of a Shield” (1885); “A Modern Telemachus” (1886); “Under the Storm” (1887); “A Reputed Changeling” (1889); “Life of H.R.H. the Prince Consort” (1889); “The Cunning Woman’s Grandson” (1890); “More By-Words” (1890); “The Slaves of Sabinus” (1890); “Two Penniless Princesses” (1891); “The Constable’s Tower” (1891); “The Cross Roads” (1892); “An Old Woman’s Outlook in a Hampshire Village” (1892); “That Stick” (1892); “The Treasures in the Marshes” (1893); “Grisly Grisell” (1893); “Beechcroft at Rockstone” (1893), etc.   1
 


 Yeats, William ButlerYoung, Arthur 

 
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