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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 Winter (1836–1917)

Winter, William. An American journalist and dramatic critic; born at Gloucester, MA, July 15, 1836; died at New Brighton, Staten Island, June 30, 1917. He did journalistic work on the Saturday Press, Vanity Fair, the Albion, Weekly Review; and was dramatic critic for the New York Tribune from 1865. He wrote ‘The Convent, and Other Poems’ (1854); ‘The Queen’s Domain’ (1858); and ‘My Witness’ (1871), poems; ‘Life of Edwin Booth’ (1872); ‘Thistledown’ (1878), poems; ‘Poems,’ complete edition (1881); ‘The Jeffersons’ (1881); ‘English Rambles’ (1883); ‘Life of Henry Irving’ (1885); ‘Shakspere’s England’ (1886); ‘Stage Life of Mary Anderson’ (1886), and ‘The Wanderers’ (1888); ‘Gray Days and Gold in England and Scotland’; ‘Old Shrines and Ivy’; ‘The Life and Art of Richard Mansfield’; ‘Shakespeare on the Stage.’ (See Critical and Biographical Introduction).