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The Library of the World’s Best Literature. An Anthology in Thirty Volumes. 1917.

Margaret L. Woods (1856–1945)

Woods, Margaret Louisa. An English novelist; born at Rugby, 1856; died in 1945. She is daughter of Dean Bradley of Westminster, and wife of President Woods of Trinity College, Oxford. She wrote: ‘A Village Tragedy’ (1888); ‘Esther Vanhomrigh’ (1891); ‘Vagabonds’ (1894); ‘Lyrics and Ballads’; ‘The Princess of Hanover’ (1902); ‘The King’s Revoke’ (1905); ‘The Invader’ (1907); ‘Collected Poems’ (1913). (See Critical and Biographical Introduction).