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Francis William Bourdillon (1852–1921)

Bourdillon, Francis W. Born in 1852; died in 1921. He was educated at Oxford and became tutor to the children of the Princess Christian of England. He is famous for a short poem, ‘The Night has a Thousand Eyes,’ and published a novel, ‘Nephelé’ (1896), besides ‘Among the Flowers and Other Poems’ (1872), and ‘Young Maids and Old China’ (1888); ‘Minussula.’