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Besant, Sir Walter (b. Portsmouth, 1838).
Studies in Early French Poetry (1868); with Professor Palmer, Jerusalem (1871). The Golden Butterfly (1871); Ready - Money Mortiboy (1872); The French Humorists (1873); The Monks of Thelema (1878); By Celias Arbour (1878); Twas in Trafalgars Bay (1879); The Seamy Side (1880); The Ten Years Tenant (1881); The Chaplain of the Fleet (1881). The above novels were written in conjunction with James Rice. Sir Walter has written alone, The Revolt of Man (1882); All Sorts and Conditions of Men (1882); The Captains Room (1883); Life of E. H. Palmer (1883), All in a Garden Fair (1883); Readings in Rabelais (1883); Dorothy Forster (1884); The Art of Fiction (1884); Uncle Jack (1885); Children of Gibeon (1886); The World Went Very Well Then (1887); Herr Paulus (1888); Fifty Years Ago (1888); The Eulogy of Richard Jefferies (1888); For Faith and Freedom (1889); The Bell of St. Pauls (1889): Captain Cook (a biography) (1889); To Call Her Mine (1889); Armorel of Lyonesse (1890); The Holy Rose (1890); St. Katherines by the Tower (1891); The Ivory Gate (1892); London (1892); The History of London (1893); The Rebel Queen (1893); Beyond the Dreams of Avarice (1895).