Joseph Skipsey

Joseph Skipsey

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Bio Dates
Birth Year: 
1832
Death Year: 
1903
Death Description: 

"Joseph Skipsey died in the house of his son Cuthbert at 5 Kells Gardens, Low Fell, Gateshead, on 3 September 1903, aged seventy-one. He was interred in Gateshead Cemetery" (Wikipedia).

Joseph Skipsey's Publications

Title Publication Date Publisher Edition Other Editions Editor Collaborator Patron Subscription Description Key Subscribers Pages Call Number Dialect Language Digitized or Digital Editions Additional Notes
Lyrics 1858 George Proctor
Edition Title: 
Lyrics
Edition: 
2
Publisher: 
Publication Date: 
1859

No longer extant

A Book of Lyrics, Songs, Ballads, and Chants 1881 David Bogue Archive.org
Carols from the Coalfields, and other songs and ballads 1886 Walter Scott
Publication Date: 
1888

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Joseph Skipsey read, wrote about Robert Burns

Skipsey put together editions of famous poets including Burns for Sir Walter Scott's Canterbury series

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Joseph Skipsey collaborated with Sir Walter Scott

Skipsey put together editions of famous poets including Burns for Sir Walter Scott's Canterbury series

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Joseph Skipsey read, wrote about William Shakespeare

Skipsey read Shakespeare, and Tennyson and Bram Stoker lobbied for him to be Shakespeare Birthplace curator

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Joseph Skipsey supported by Thomas Dixon

Dixon introduced Skipsey to Dante Gabriel Rossetti

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Joseph Skipsey supported by Alfred, Lord Tennyson

Tennyson and Bram Stoker lobbied for Skipsey to receive the position of Shakespeare Birthplace curator

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Joseph Skipsey supported by Bram Stoker

Tennyson and Bram Stoker lobbied for Skipsey to receive the position of Shakespeare Birthplace curator

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Joseph Skipsey read John Milton View
Joseph Skipsey read by, supported by Oscar Wilde

Read by Oscar Wilde, who compared him to William Blake

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Joseph Skipsey supported by Dante Gabriel Rosetti

Dante Gabriel Rosetti was a supporter if not a sponsor of Skipsey

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Joseph Skipsey read Johann Wolfgang von Goethe View
Joseph Skipsey read Heine View