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Bell, Mackenzie, 1856-1930. London : Ward, Lock, and Bowden.
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Henry Thomas Mackenzie Bell (2 March 1856 – 13 December 1930), commonly known by his pen name Mackenzie Bell, was an English writer, poet and literary critic. Spring's Immortality and Other Poems (1893). Christina Rossetti: A Biographical and Critical Study (1898). He was a writer for many Victorian era publications, most especially the London Academy, and published several volumes of poetry between 1879 and 1893. A noted world traveller, he was acquainted with many literary figures in Victorian Britain and abroad. Pictures of Travel and Other Poems (1898). Collected Poems (1901). Poems: With a Dedicatory Essay to Theodore Watts-Dunton (1909).
Spring's immortality : and other poems (1893) at Internet Archive. Bell, Henry Thomas Mackenzie," in A Short Biographical Dictionary of English Literature, by John William Cousin, London: J. M. Dent & Sons (1910). Pictures of travel, and other poems (1898) at Internet Archive. Contributions to the DNB. Whitehead, Charles. Harley, Robert (1828-1910). Obituary: Mr. Mackenzie Bell," in The Times (1930). Bell, Henry Thomas Mackenzie (1856-1930) Writer at the National Register of Archives.
Henry Thomas Mackenzie Bell (2 March 1856 - 13 December 1930) was an English poet and literary critic. Bell was a writer for many Victorian era publications, most especially the London Academy, and published several volumes of poetry between 1879 and 1893. During the 1890's, he published a 2nd series of poetry collections: Spring's Immortality, and other poems (1893), Pictures of Travel, and other poems (1898), and Collected Poems (1901)
Spring's Immortality: And Other Poems (1893): ISBN 9781120713483 (978-1-120-71348-3) Softcover, Kessinger Publishing, LLC, 2009. Spring's Immortality: And Other Poems (1895): ISBN 9781164854784 (978-1-164-85478-4) Softcover, Kessinger Publishing, LLC, 2010.
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