Sylvia Lynd

Sylvia Lynd (née Dryhurst) (1888 – 21 February 1952) was a poet, essayist, short story writer and novelist. She was born in London, her father A. R. Dryhurst and her mother, the suffragist writer Nora Dryhurst (née Robinson) being Dubliners. She was educated at the Slade School of Art, and the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art.

Dryhurst edited one issue of the Irish nationalist paper ''Bean na hÉireann''; she then left for England, and Helena Molony took it over. She married in 1909 a journalist and man of letters, Robert Wilson Lynd. They lived in Hampstead, London for many years. Provided by Wikipedia
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by Lynd, Sylvia,
Published 1942
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by Lynd, Sylvia.
Published 1917
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by Lynd, Sylvia.
Published 1916
...Lynd, Sylvia. Thrush and the jay....
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by Lynd, Sylvia Dryhurst, 1888-
Published 1931
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...Lynd, Sylvia Dryhurst, 1888-1952. Chorus....
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...Lynd, Sylvia (Dryhurst), 1888-1952. Sylvia Lynd....
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by Hardy, Thomas, 1840-1928
Published 1935
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