Characterized as an "eccentric literary man not without a spice of genius," William North was born in England and eventually settled in New York City (W. Rossetti 48-49).
A collection of letters by Dante Gabriel Rossetti, with commentary by his brother, William Michael Rossetti. Includes a letter mentioning William North and providing commentary on his life.
William Michael Rossetti describes North as "an eccentric literary man, not without a spice of genius, of whom we then saw a goodish deal–author of Anti-Coningsby, The Infinite Republic, and other works." He also states that "he emigrated to the United States, and in 1854 committed suicide."
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