Black, William (18411898)

Black, William, novelist, born in Glasgow; started life as a journalist in connection with the Morning Star; has written several novels, over 30 in number, about the West Highlands of Scotland, rich in picturesque description; the best known and most admired, “A Daughter of Heth,” the “Madcap Violet,” “Macleod of Dare,” “The Strange Adventures of a Phæton,” and “A Princess of Thule.” “But when are you going to write a book, Mr. Black?” said Carlyle to him one day (18411898).

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

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