- Shorter, Clement King
- (b. 1858)Journalist and biographer. Charlotte Bronté and her Circle (1896), Sixty Years of Victorian Literature (1897), Charlotte Bronté and her Sisters (1905), The Brontés and their Correspondents (1907), Life of George Borrow (1907); is ed. of the Sphere.
Short biographical dictionary of English literature . John W. Cousin. 2011.
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