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 Collins, WilliamColman, George, 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Collins, William Wilkie
 
(b. London, January, 1824; d. 1889). “Antonina; or, the Fall of Rome” (1850); “Rambles Beyond Railways; or, Notes on Cornwall” (1851); “Basil” (1852); “Mr. Wray’s Cash-box” (1852); “Hide and Seek” (1854); “After Dark, and Other Stories” (1856); “The Dead Secret” (1857): “The Queen of Hearts” (1859); “The Woman in White” (1859); “No Name” (1862); “My Miscellanies” (1863); “Armadale” (1866); “The Moonstone” (1868); “Man and Wife” (1870); “Poor Miss Finch” (1872); “Miss or Mrs.? and Other Stories” (1873); “The New Magdalen” (1873); “The Law and the Lady” (1875); “Two Destinies” (1876); “Haunted Hotels” (1879); “Little Novels” (1887); “The Legacy of Cain” (1888); “Blind Love” (1890); two plays, “The Lighthouse,” and “The Frozen Deep,” with dramatic versions of “Armadale,” “No Name,” and “The Moonstone.”   1
 


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