Isobel Marshall

Life
Ulster writer and member of the Fermanagh Marshall family; author of An Ulster Idyll and Other Stories (Belfast: Quota Press 1939).

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Works
An Ulster Idyll and Other Stories (Belfast: Quota Press 1939), 112pp.; “An Ulster Idyll; “A Bride in Allandore”; “the Passing of a Dream”; “Proof Positive”; “What”s To Be Done About Mary?”; “in the Spring”; The Bank of Heather”; “The Story of a Little Maiden Lady”; by Galilee Blue Waters”; and “A Christmas Story”.

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References
Hyland Cat. 1996 lists A Jack and His Jill: A Romance of Modern Derry (Belfast 1944).

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Quotations
An Ulster Idyll (1939): ‘It was the morning of the Twelfth ... the sun, it seemed, knew too, and shone with a brilliance and warmth that he reserved for only a few favoured days in all the Ulster summer. / And the heart of Anne May knew it also ... [p.9].

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