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Mark Rutherford Letters

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‘Mark Rutherford’ was the pseudonym of Victorian novelist William Hale White (1831–1913). Hale White was also a civil servant, journalist and translator. The Mark Rutherford Letters at Sussex consist of over 40 letters from Hale White to poet Erica Storr, an admirer who would send him her work for his comments and correction. The letters span 1905–12 and touch on a range of topics. The letters were presented to the University of Sussex Library in 1967 by Lady Scott, the daughter of Erica Storr.


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