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  1. The new Magdalen: a novel Volume v. 1 by Collins Wilkie 1824-1889, PV: Bartley Mrs, 2010-10-04
  2. The Frozen Deep (Audiobook in MP3 Format) by Wilkie Collins (1824-1889), 2010
  3. Armadale Volume v. 2 by Collins Wilkie 1824-1889, 2010-10-04
  4. After dark Volume v. 2 by Collins Wilkie 1824-1889, 2010-10-04
  5. The dead secret A novel by Wilkie, 1824-1889 Collins, 2009-10-26
  6. The works of Wilkie Collins Volume 7 pt.2 by Wilkie, 1824-1889 Collins, 2009-10-26
  7. The works of Wilkie Collins Volume 15 by Wilkie, 1824-1889 Collins, 2009-10-26
  8. The dead secret. by Wilkie Collins; illustrated by W. Sherman Po by Collins. Wilkie. 1824-1889., 1908-01-01
  9. Wilkie Collins 1824-1889
  10. The two destinies; a novel. by Collins. Wilkie. 1824-1889., 1876-01-01
  11. The woman in white. A novel. by Collins. Wilkie. 1824-1889., 1875-01-01
  12. Man and wife. A novel. by Collins. Wilkie. 1824-1889., 1873-01-01
  13. Alicia Warlock, a mystery, and other stories by Wilkie, 1824-1889 Collins, 2009-10-26
  14. Armadale. A novel. by Collins. Wilkie. 1824-1889., 1874-01-01

21. Wilkie Collins @ Classic Reader
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22. Wilkie Collins Appreciation Page
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23. Wilkie Collins - Free Online Library
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William Wilkie Collins was born in London on January 8, 1824, the oldest son of a fashionable artist. He was named after Sir David Wilkie, a friend of the family. After an early career in business, he studied law and was admitted to the bar, though he apparently never practiced. He also tried his hand at painting, and wrote many articles and stories that were published anonymously. A biography of his father was his first major published work, the success of which encouraged him to write for a living. His first novel, a historical work called Antonina or The Fall of Rome , was published in 1850. In 1851, Collins was introduced to Charles Dickens by a mutual friend. The two formed a lasting friendship, and worked together on Dickens’s magazines, Household Words and All the Year Round , where many of Collins’s works appeared in serial form.

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25. Collins, Wilkie (Harper's Magazine)
SEE ALSO A country doctor; A fair country maid; A manual of psychological medicine and allied nervous diseases; A perilous secret. A novel; Ten Brook, Andrew; Gindely, Anton n;
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26. What's New
Genre Novel (356 pp.) Keywords Adoption, Child Abuse, Deafness, Disability, Family Relationships, FatherDaughter Relationship, Father-Son Relationship, Incest, Love, Parenthood,
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28. COLLINS, WILKIE: All His Books And Works In His Libreria House Of The Book
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29. WILKIE COLLINS INFORMATION PAGES
By Andrew Gasson. Includes biographical information, images, introduction to Collins s books and plays, along with quotations and bibliographies.
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30. Wilkie Collins - Biography And Works
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Wilkie Collins (18241889), English author and master of the detective novel wrote numerous essays, short stories, more than a dozen plays, and published twenty-three novels including The Woman in White Collins' father William John Thomas Collins (17881847) was a well-known landscape artist, produced over 200 major works and whose patrons included King George IV, aristocrats and members of the clergy. William became a full member of the Royal Academy in 1820. [William] Wilkie Collins was born on 8 January 1824 at 11 New Cavendish Street, St Marylebone, and was baptised on 10 February at the parish church of St Mary-Le-Bone, an area of London where he would live for most of his life. His mother Harriet (17901868) was a daughter of Captain Alexander Geddes of Alderbury. At the age of twenty-nine Collins had a bout of rheumatic inflammation of his eyes that, along with gout, would afflict him off and on for the rest of his life. Among his future reading audience there developed a fascination with the parallels between his private life and his stories. Collins and his brother Charles led a relatively happy childhood being home schooled, though under the heavy hand of their mother and father's evangelical Christianity. Including his distaste for formalities, Collins would soon adopt unconventional attitudes and dress; he sported a long beard and spurned bourgeois society.

31. Wilkie Collins - Books, Biography, Quotes - Read Print
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32. Collins, Wilkie
William Wilkie Collins (January 8, 1824 – September 23, 1889) was an English novelist, playwright, and writer of short stories. He was hugely popular in his time, authoring
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Jump to: navigation search Previous (Wilhelmina of the Netherlands) Next (Will Rogers) Wilkie Collins William Wilkie Collins (January 8, 1824 – September 23, 1889) was an English novelist playwright , and writer of short stories. He was hugely popular in his time, authoring 27 novels, more than 50 short stories, at least 15 plays, and over 100 pieces of non-fiction work. His best-known works are The Woman in White The Moonstone Armadale , and No Name . A friend of Charles Dickens who published in Dicken's journal, Collins' popularity has waned through the years. The Victorian era was a time of great social change and increased social awareness, with authors like Dickens and Collins helping to draw attention to social injustice. The Victorian novel tended toward a highly moralistic tone and concern with issues of social welfare.
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Collins was born in London , the son of a well-known landscape artist, William Collins. At 17 he left school and was apprenticed 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. (

33. Wilkie Collins, "The Dream Woman"
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I had not been settled much more than six weeks in my country practice when I was sent for to a neighboring town, to consult with the resident medical man there on a case of very dangerous illness. My horse had come down with me at the end of a long ride the night before, and had hurt himself, luckily, much more than he had hurt his master. Being deprived of the animal's services, I started for my destination by the coach (there were no railways at that time), and I hoped to get back again, toward the afternoon, in the same way. After the consultation was over, I went to the principal inn of the town to wait for the coach. When it came up it was full inside and out. There was no resource left me but to get home as cheaply as I could by hiring a gig. The price asked for this accommodation struck me as being so extortionate, that I determined to look out for an inn of inferior pretensions, and to try if I could not make a better bargain with a less prosperous establishment. I soon found a likely-looking house, dingy and quiet, with an old-fashioned sign, that had evidently not been repainted for many years past. The landlord, in this case, was not above making a small profit, and as soon as we came to terms he rang the yard-bell to order the gig.

34. Collins, Wilkie (1824-1889)
Collins, Wilkie. WRITER (ENGLAND) BORN 8 Jan 1824, London Tavistock Square DIED 23 Sep 1889, London 2 Wimpole Street REAL NAME Collins, William Wilkie
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WRITER (ENGLAND) BORN 8 Jan 1824, London: Tavistock Square - DIED 23 Sep 1889, London: 2 Wimpole Street
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GRAVE LOCATION London: Kensal Green Cemetery , Harrow Road, Kensal Green (141/PS (31754))

In 1851 he met Charles Dickens and they soon became friends. They travelled together in the UK and in France and Collins published his stories in Dickens' Household Words. They also shared a fascination for theatre and in 1855 Collins' play "The Lighthouse" was staged by Dickens' theatre group, followed in 1857 by "The Frozen Deep". Later that year "The Lighthouse" was staged at the Olympia Theatre. In 1871 "The Woman in White" could be seen at the same theatre and in 1879 Ada Cavendish played "Miss Gwilt" in New York (Miss Lydia Gwilt was one of the main characters of "Armadale").
Collins' most famous novel, "The Moonstone" (1868) is regarded as the first real British detective novel. Before that "The Woman in White" (1860) had already been a huge succes. In his later books he paid more attention to social issues like separations (in "Man and Wife") and vivisection (in "Heart and Science", 1883).
The unconventional Collins never married, but lived for many years with Caroline Graves and had three children with Martha Rudd. He was a very famous man in his days but often suffered from poor health. In July, 1889, The Times wrote that Queen Victoria 'had made special inquiries as to his health". Collins died in September of that year and was buried according to his explicite wishes in a simple grave at Kensal Green Cemetery in London.

35. Wilkie Collins Biography Pictures Portrait Books Online Forum
Texts of A Rogue s Life, The Haunted Hotel, The Black Robe, The Moonstone, Man and Wife, The Woman in White and No Name, with dictionary annotations.
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36. The Queen Of Hearts By Wilkie Collins - Hypertext - EBooks
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38. The Serial Publication In Britain Of The Novels Of Wilkie Collins
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40. After Dark By Wilkie Collins - Project Gutenberg
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