pseud. used by two English authors, Katherine Harris Bradley,
1846–1914, and her niece Edith Emma Cooper,
1862–1913, who collaborated on numerous literary works, including lyrics and poetic tragedies. Although their work was praised by such contemporaries as Robert Browning and George Moore, it is almost forgotten today.
See selected poems (1923); Works and Days (1933), a selection from their journal.
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