I registered at Wikiquote in August 2006, and chose this name because by The Antiquary Sir Walter Scott is one of my favourite novels, and because it's an accurate self-description. I've done a little work on English Wikipedia and various of the foreign-language Wikiquotes, but my main presence on Wikimedia projects has always been here, especially on our literary pages.
Here's a selection from the complete list of pages I've created: Abbé Prévost Alan Ayckbourn Alan Bennett Alan Sillitoe Alessandro Manzoni Alfred the Great Alphonse Daudet Anthony Ashley Cooper, 3rd Earl of Shaftesbury Anthony Powell Antonín Dvořák Arnold Wesker Arthur Sullivan Beatrix Potter Bede Benvenuto Cellini Beowulf Bernard Mandeville Bernard of Clairvaux Beryl Bainbridge Charlemagne Charles Augustin Sainte-Beuve Chrétien de Troyes Clergy Clifford Odets Conor Cruise O'Brien Coriolanus C. P. Snow Cymbeline David Hare David Lodge David Lyndsay Diogenes of Sinope Dmitri Shostakovich Edmund Wilson Edna O'Brien Edward Elgar Edward, Lord Herbert of Cherbury Elizabeth Gaskell Empedocles Felix Mendelssohn François Fénelon François Mauriac François Villon Frederick Rolfe, Baron Corvo F. R. Leavis Galen Gavin Douglas Geoffrey of Monmouth George Bancroft George Borrow George Crabbe George Etherege George Frideric Handel George Gascoigne George Gershwin George Henry Lewes George Saintsbury George Sand George Villiers, 2nd Duke of Buckingham Gioachino Rossini Giovanni Boccaccio Giraldus Cambrensis Giuseppe Verdi Gustav Holst Harrison Birtwistle Havelok the Dane Hector Berlioz Heinrich Böll Henry Howard, Earl of Surrey Ireland James Hogg James I of Scotland James Macpherson James Mill James Thomson (B.V.) J. B. Priestley Jean Froissart Jean Sibelius Johannes Scotus Eriugena Johann Gottfried Herder Johann Sebastian Bach John Cowper Powys John Evelyn John Ford John Foxe John Galt John Gibson Lockhart John Gower John Lothrop Motley John Lydgate John Mandeville John Marston John Osborne Joshua Reynolds J. P. Donleavy Keith Waterhouse Lafcadio Hearn Lake District Layamon Leslie Stephen Liam O'Flaherty Lope de Vega Louis IX of France Louis MacNeice Love's Labour's Lost Luís de Camões Lytton Strachey Margaret Drabble Marina Warner Martin Marprelate Michael Bond Michael Frayn Modest Mussorgsky Mountains Muriel Spark Neil Simon Origen Osbert Sitwell Paul Verlaine Peter Abelard Peter Ackroyd Peter Shaffer Philip Sidney Pindar Ralph Vaughan Williams Robert Greene Robert Southwell Ronald Firbank Samuel Pepys Samuel Richardson Scholarship Scotland Seamus Heaney Sean O'Casey Sergei Prokofiev Sergei Rachmaninoff Social injustice Stéphane Mallarmé Ted Hughes The Brothers Grimm The Goncourt brothers The Mabinogion The Mahābhārata The Mass The Merry Wives of Windsor The Nibelungenlied The Pearl Poet Theophrastus Thomas Chatterton Thomas Hoccleve Thomas Keneally Thomas Warton Torquato Tasso Troilus and Cressida Tyranny Vita Sackville-West Vladimir Mayakovsky Wales William Caxton William Cobbett William Collins William Dunbar William Empson William Godwin William H. Prescott William Langland William Stubbs Wole Soyinka Wyndham Lewis Xenophon
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