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Margaret Sackville

  • Great imaginations are apt to work from hints and suggestions and a single moment of emotion is sometimes sufficient to create a masterpiece.

    • Margaret Sackville,
    • introduction, in Susan Ferrier, The Works of Susan Ferrier, vol. 1 ()
  • When all is said and done, monotony may after all be the best condition for creation.

    • Margaret Sackville,
    • introduction, in Susan Ferrier, The Works of Susan Ferrier, vol. 1 ()

Margaret Sackville, English poet, writer

(1881 - 1963)

Full name: Lady Margaret Sackville.