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May Sinclair

(Mary Amelia St.Clair)
UK flag (1863 - 1946)

Author, poet, critic, and suffragist Mary Amelia St. Clair was a contemporary of and acquainted with Henry James, Thomas Hardy, Ford Madox Ford, T S Eliot, Ezra Pound, and Rebecca West, among others. She served as an ambulance driver in World War I, and produced poetry and fiction based on it.

Genres: Horror
Non fiction
Anthologies containing stories by May Sinclair
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Short stories
The Villa Desiree (1921)
Where Their Fire is Not Quenched (1922)
The Finding of the Absolute (1923)
The Flaw in the Crystal [short story] (1923)
If the Dead Knew (1923)
The Nature of the Evidence (1923)
The Token (1923)
The Victim (1923)
The Mahatma's Story (1931)
The Intercessor [short story] (1932)

Books about May Sinclair
Miss May Sinclair (1989) by Theophilus E M Boll
May Sinclair (2000) by Suzanne Raitt