Rhys, Ernest

(b. 1859)
   Poet, novelist, etc. A London Rose (verse), The Fiddler of Carne (1896), Welsh Ballads (1898), The Whistling Maid (1900), The Man at Odds, Gwenevere (play); has ed. the Camelot Series (1886-91), Dekker's Plays in Mermaid Series, etc.

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