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Baring-Gould, Sabine

Born: 1834
Died: 1924

Summary of Biography

Sabine Baring-Gould (1834-1924), a well-known English Victorian novelist and eclectic scholar. He is particularly remembered for his hymns. He wrote many interesting novels, a collection of ghost stories and his folklores resulted in “The Book of Were-Wolves”.

Biography

Sabine Baring - Gould was a novelist, folklorist, and hagiographer. His most influential work was probably the hymn 'Onward Christian Soldiers,' but in his own estimation his greatest contribution was his collection of folk songs, 'Songs of the West. ' He wrote many novels and published a 16 - volume collection of the lives of the saints. Baring - Gould once taught a course with a pet bat on his shoulder. His folklore study 'The Book of Were - Wolves' remains a frequently sited study.

This section contains 4 books
The Village Pulpit
The Village Pulpit


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In Troubadour-Land
In Troubadour-Land


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Castles and Cave Dwellings of Europe
Castles and Cave Dwellings of Europe


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In the Roar of the Sea
In the Roar of the Sea


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