Gissing may refer to:

  • Gissing, Norfolk, a village and civil parish in England
  • Gissing v. Gissing, a case in English property law

People with the surname Gissing:

  • Alfred Gissing (1896-1975), English writer and headmaster
  • Algernon Gissing (1860-1937), English writer
  • George Gissing (1857-1903), English novelist
  • Jason Gissing (born 1970), British businessman

Other articles related to "gissing":

Travelers (The X-Files) - Plot
... Department, who tells him that Skur, Gissing, and Oberman were experimented on and Gissing and Oberman have killed themselves ... FBI office helps Dales find a file that mentions Gissing ... X because there is more room under X than U.) Gissing's body is still in the morgue and Dales convinces the technician to cut open the body where they find a strange creature has been ...
Alfred Gissing - Childhood and Education
... Walter Gissing and Mr ... Alfred Gissing during the minority of either and in recognition of the literary merits of their late father, Mr ... George Gissing and of their straitened circumstances." At the time, Walter was a boarder at school in Norfolk, and Alfred had moved in 1902 to live with foster parents, a Mr and Mrs ...
Alfred Gissing - Teacher
... After the Second World War, Alfred Gissing settled at Salvan in the Swiss canton of Valais, an area well known to George Gissing, where Alfred founded and ran ... The Gissing family moved to Les Marécottes, near Salvan, in 1951, and remained there for the rest of Alfred Gissing's life ...
Alfred Gissing - Writer - Selected Publications
... to members of his family by George Gissing, collected and arranged by Algernon and Ellen Gissing, with a preface by his son, Ellen Gissing, Alfred C ... Gissing Algernon Gissing A Victim of Circumstances and other stories by George Gissing, ed ... Alfred C Gissing (Constable, London, 1927, and Houghton Mifflin Company, New York, 1927) Selections autobiographical and imaginative from the works of George Gissing ed ...
Alfred Gissing
... Alfred Charles Gissing (Epsom, Surrey, 20 January 1896 – 27 November 1975, Valais, Switzerland), was an English writer and headmaster, the son of George Gissing ...

Famous quotes containing the word gissing:

    I know every book of mine by its smell, and I have but to put my nose between the pages to be reminded of all sorts of things.
    —George Gissing (1857–1903)