Edgar Saltus

Edgar Evertson Saltus (October 8, 1855 – July 31, 1921) was an American writer known for his highly refined prose style. His works paralleled those by European decadent authors such as Joris-Karl Huysmans, Gabriele D'Annunzio and Oscar Wilde.

Under the pseudonym Myndart Verelst, Saltus translated works by Balzac, Théophile Gautier, and Prosper Mérimée; he also wrote using the name Archibald Wilberforce. Provided by Wikipedia
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    by Saltus, Edgar, 1855-1921
    Published 1970
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    by Saltus, Edgar, 1855-1921
    Published 1895
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    by Saltus, Edgar, 1855-1921
    Published 1968
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    by Saltus, Edgar, 1855-1921
    Published 1906
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    by Saltus, Edgar, 1855-1921
    Published 1892
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    by Saltus, Edgar, 1855-1921
    Published 1968
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    by Saltus, Edgar, 1855-1921
    Published 1922
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    by Saltus, Edgar, 1855-1921
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    by Saltus, Edgar, 1855-1921
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    by Saltus, Edgar, 1855-1921
    Published 1887
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    by Saltus, Edgar, 1855-1921
    Published 1925
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    by Saltus, Edgar, 1855-1921
    Published 1889
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    by Saltus, Edgar, 1855-1921
    Published 1887
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