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C.D. Warner, et al., comp.
The Library of the World’s Best Literature. An Anthology in Thirty Volumes. 1917.

Mathilde Blind (1841–1896)

Blind, Mathilde. A German-English poet; born in Mannheim, March 21, 1847; died in London, Nov. 26, 1896. She went to England in 1849, and won fame by her writings; ‘The Prophecy of St. Oran, and Other Poems’ (London, 1881); ‘Life of George Eliot’ (1883); ‘Madame Roland’ (1886); ‘The Heather on Fire,’ a tale (1886); ‘Ascent of Man’ (1889); ‘Dramas in Miniature’ (1892); ‘Songs and Sonnets’ (1893); and ‘Birds of Passage’ (1895). (See Critical and Biographical Introduction).