Author:Jane Francesca Agnes Elgee

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Jane Francisca Agnes Elgee
(1821–1896)
Irish poet and writer; later Lady Wilde; mother of Oscar Wilde
Jane Francisca Agnes Elgee

Works[edit]

  • Poems by Speranza (1871)
  • Driftwood from Scandinavia (1884.
  • Ancient Legends, Mystic Charms, and Superstitions of Ireland (2 vols. 1887)
includes a paper by her husband on ‘The Ancient Races of Ireland,’ read by him to the anthropological section of the British Association at Belfast, 1874
  • Ancient Cures, Charms, and Usages of Ireland (1890)
  • Notes on Men, Women, and Books (1891)
  • Social Studies (1893)

Works about Wilde[edit]


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