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

William De Morgan (1839–1917)

De Morgan, William Frend. An English author and artist; born in London, Nov. 16, 1839; died there, Jan. 15, 1917. Adopted art as his profession and continued in its practice until he became a writer of fiction in 1904. Among his published works are ‘Joseph Vance’ (1906); ‘Alice for Short’ (1907); ‘Somehow Good’ (1908); ‘It Never Can Happen Again’ (1909); ‘An Affair of Dishonour’ (1910); ‘A Likely Story’ (1912); ‘When Ghost Meets Ghost’ (1914). (See Critical and Biographical Introduction).