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  1. POOR MISS FINCH. by Wilkie [1824 - 1889]. Collins, 1872
  2. The DICKENS - COLLINS CHRISTMAS STORIES Comprising 'No Thoroughfare' and 'The Two Idle Apprentices'. by Charles [1812 - 1870]. Collins, Wilkie [1824 - 1889]. Dickens, 1876
  3. Evil genius, The. A story of home life. by Wilkie 1824-1889 Collins, 1887-01-01
  4. No Name. In Three Volumes by Wilkie (1824-1889) Collins, 1863-01-01
  5. The LAMPLIGHTER'S STORY;Hunted Down; The Detective Police; and Other Nouvellettes. by Charles [1812 - 1870].Collins, Wilkie [1824 - 1889].Gaskell, Elizabeth [1810 - 1865]. Dickens, 1861
  6. Reprinted pieces, and The lazy tour of two idle apprentices; by Charles Dickens 1812-1870 Dickens Charles 1837-1896. ed Collins Wilkie 1824-1889, 1896-12-31
  7. The NEW MAGDALEN. A Novel. Library of Select Novels No. 395. by Wilkie [1824 - 1889]. Collins, 1872-01-01
  8. NO NAME. by Wilkie [1824 - 1889]. Collins, 1862
  9. The HOLLY-TREE INN. Being the Extra Christmas Number of 'Household Words'. Christmas, 1855. by Charles [1812 - 1870]. Collins, Wilkie [1824 - 1889]. Proctor, Adelaide Anne [1825 - 1864]. Howitt, William [1792 - 1879]. Parr, Harriet [1828 - 1900]. Dickens, 1855-01-01
  10. The PERILS Of CERTAIN ENGLISH PRISONERS And Their Treasure in Women, Children, Silver and Jewels. Forming the Christmas Number of Household Words. by Charles. [1812 - 1870]. Collins, Wilkie [1824 - 1889]. Dickens, 1857
  11. The Woman in White. In Two Volumes by Wilkie (1824-1889) Collins, 1860
  12. The LAZY TOUR Of TWO IDLE APPRENTICES. NO THROROUGHFARE. The PERILS Of CERTAIN ENGLISH PRISONERS. by Charles [1812 - 1870]. Collins, Wilkie [1824 - 1889]. Dickens, 1890
  13. Miss or Mrs? by Collins. Wilkie. 1824-1889., 1892-01-01
  14. The MOONSTONE. With an Introduction by Vincent Starrett. by Wilkie [1824 - 1889]. Collins, 1959-01-01

1. Wilkie Collins, Mystery And Suspense Writer
William Wilkie Collins 1824 1889 Novels. Collins, Wilkie, Antonina, 1850. Basil, 1852. Household Words, 1855. The Woman in White, 1860. No Name, 1862.
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2. Wilkie Collins (1824-1889) British Writer.
(18241889) British writer. Wilkie Collins is famous for The Moonstone (1868). He also wrote The Woman in White (1860), No Name (1862), Armadale (1866), The New Magdalen (1873), and
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  • (1824-1889) British writer. Wilkie Collins is famous for "The Moonstone" (1868). He also wrote "The Woman in White" (1860), "No Name" (1862), "Armadale" (1866), "The New Magdalen" (1873), and "Blind Will" (1890).
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    3. Collins, Wilkie (Open Library)
    Books by Collins, Wilkie The moonstone 127 editions first published in 1868 Read
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    4. WILKIE COLLINS
    Collins, Wilkie. (William) Wilkie Collins, famous English author and son of William Collins, the artist, was born in London, January 8, 1824. He received some education at
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    (William) Wilkie Collins, famous English author and son of William Collins, the artist, was born in London, January 8, 1824. He received some education at Highbury, but at seventeen was apprenticed to a tea merchant, and while working there wrote his first novel, "Antonina, or, The Fall of Rome," a rather insipid tale. He later became a student at Lincoln's Inn and was called to the bar in 1851. He did not care for the law, however, and was undecided for a time between art and literature. He wrote many novels, characterized by skillfully laid plots, and was a master of the short story, as exemplified in "The Queen of Hearts," published in 1859. His best known novels are "The Woman in White" (1860), and "The Moonstone" (1868). He lectured in America in 1873-74, and died September 23, 1889. REFERENCES: E. L. von Wolzogen, Wilkie Collins (probably the best biography); S. M. Ellis, Wilkie Collins, LeFanu and Others; Malcolm Elwin

    5. Wilkie Collins - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
    William Wilkie Collins (8 January 1824 – 23 September 1889) was an English novelist, playwright, and author of short stories. He was hugely popular during the Victorian era and wrote
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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search Wilkie Collins William Wilkie Collins (8 January 1824 – 23 September 1889) was an English novelist playwright , and author of short stories. He was hugely popular during the Victorian era and wrote 30 novels, more than 60 short stories, 14 plays, and over 100 pieces of non-fiction work. His best-known works are The Woman in White The Moonstone Armadale and No Name
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    Collins was born in London , the son of a well-known Royal Academician landscape artist, William Collins . Named after his father, he swiftly became known by his second name (which honoured his godfather, David Wilkie ). From the ages of 12-15 he lived with his parents in Italy , which made a great impression on him. At the age of 17 he left school and was apprenticed as a clerk to a firm of tea merchants, but after five unhappy years, during which he wrote his first novel, Iolani , he entered Lincoln's Inn to study law. ( Iolani remained unpublished for over 150 years until 1999.) After his father's death in 1847, Collins produced his first published book

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    7. I Say No By Wilkie Collins - Project Gutenberg
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    Author Collins, Wilkie, 1824-1889 Title I Say No Language English LoC Class PR: Language and Literatures: English literature Subject Detective and mystery stories Subject Great Britain Social life and customs 19th century Fiction Category Text EBook-No. Release Date Feb 1, 1999 Public domain in the USA. Downloads
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    Collins, Wilkie at Dustybooks, Search for Collins, Wilkie books, used books, out of print Wilkie Collins books, rare books, books online, book search, children's books
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    10. No Name By Wilkie Collins - Project Gutenberg
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    Author Collins, Wilkie, 1824-1889 Title No Name Language English LoC Class PR: Language and Literatures: English literature Subject Orphans Fiction Subject England Fiction Subject Psychological fiction Subject Young women Fiction Subject Sisters Fiction Subject Disinheritance Fiction Subject Illegitimacy Fiction Category Text EBook-No. Release Date Mar 18, 2006 Public domain in the USA. Downloads
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    11. Collins, Wilkie - Hutchinson Encyclopedia Article About Collins
    Collins, (William) Wilkie (1824–1889) English author of mystery and suspense novels. He wrote The Woman in White (1860), often called the first English detective fiction novel, and
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    12. Wilkie Collins (British Author) -- Britannica Online Encyclopedia
    Facts about Collins, Wilkie English literature, as discussed in Britannica Compton's Encyclopedia English literature Victorian Novelists Facts about Collins, Wilkie detective
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    14. Collins, Wilkie Definition Of Collins, Wilkie In The Free Online Encyclopedia.
    Collins, Wilkie (William Wilkie Collins), 1824–89, English novelist. Although trained as a lawyer, he spent most of his life writing, producing some 30 novels.
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    16. Authologies: Wilkie Collins
    Pr sentation, bibliographie et liens sur Wilkie Collins, auteur anglais de feuilletons policiers crits pour la presse.
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    Household Words Antonia ou la chute de Rome Basil et Monkton le Fou
    La Dame en Blanc All the Year Round
    Sensation novel
    . Ces récits, publiés dans les journaux bon marché, où le monde de l'amour et des beaux sentiments se heurte au mal, où le surnaturel côtoie le crime le plus sanglant, tout cela dans une Angleterre contemporaine et terriblement insulaire. Il faut dire que le thème du crime est "à la mode". Il sous-tend la littérature et le théâtre de cette époque victorienne qui fut selon les mots de Georges Orwell «notre grand âge du crime, sa période élisabéthaine pour ainsi dire».
    All The Year Round No Name Armadale The Moonstone The Mystery of Edwin Drood
    1843 - The Last Stage Coachman (nouvelle)
    1848 - Memoirs of the Life of William Collins, Esq., RA. (biographie)
    1850 - Antonina: or the Fall of Rome
    1851 - The Twin Sisters (nouvelle)
    1852 - Mr. Wray's Cash Box: or The Mask and the Mystery
    1852 - Mr Wray's Cash Box
    1852 - Basil: A Story of Modern Life 1852 - A Terribly Strange Bed (nouvelle) 1852 - A Passage in the Life of Perrugino Potts (nouvelle) 1852 - Nine O'Clock (nouvelle) 1853 - Gabriel's Marriage (nouvelle) 1854 - Hide and Seek 1854 - A Stolen Letter (nouvelle) 1855 - The Yellow Mask 1855 - The Lady of Glenwith Grange (nouvelle) 1855 - Sister Rose (nouvelle) Monkton le Fou (Mad Monkton, nouvelle)

    17. Collins Wilkie: Free Encyclopedia Articles At Questia.com Online Library
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    OnLine Text Genre Novel (430 pp.) Keywords Drug Addiction, Narrative as Method Summary Warning this annotation reveals the solution of the novel's mystery.
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    19. Wilkie Collins (1824-89)
    Collins section of Mitsuharu Matsuoka s list of Victorian resources with links to etexts and other sites.
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    Last updated: 8 September 2005. Wilkie Collins Web Sites Collins Hyper-Concordance Mailing Lists Society in London ... Society Journal An Autobiography
    This page seeks to collect any and all useful Internet materials related to the life and works of Wilkie Collins. I would gratefully appreciate any information supplied regarding Wilkie Collins on the Web.
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    20. Collins, Wilkie - Definition Of Collins, Wilkie By The Free Online Dictionary, T
    Thesaurus Legend Synonyms Related Words Antonyms. Noun 1. Wilkie Collins English writer noted for early detective novels (1824-1889) Collins, William Wilkie Collins
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