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Windus

Windus is last name of English origin. It is a variant of the last name Wingers. The name is a metonymic occupational name for a textile worker or weaver, derived from the Middle English wyndhows ("winding house").

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Bernard O'Donoghue - Bibliography
... The Absent Signifier (Mandeville, 1990) The Weakness (Chatto Windus, 1991) Gunpowder (Chatto Windus, 1995) Seamus Heaney and the Language of Poetry (Prentice Hall, 1995) Here ...
Lachlan Mackinnon - Bibliography
... Macmillan) (1988) Monterey Cypress (Chatto Windus) (1988) Shakespeare the Aesthete An Exploration of Literary Theory (Palgrave) (1991) The Coast of Bohemia (Chatto Windus) (1992) The ...
Glenn Patterson
... His novels are Burning Your Own (London Chatto and Windus, 1988) Fat Lad (London Chatto and Windus, 1992) Black Night at Big Thunder Mountain (London Chatto and Windus, 1995) The International (London ...
People With The Last Name Windus
... William Edward Windus, British poet and the Windus of Chatto and Windus William Lindsay Windus (1822–1907), British artist ...
Elaine Horseman - Bibliography
... Illustrated by John Sergeant, Chatto Windus, London 1964 The Hubbles' Treasure Hunt ... Illustrated by John Sergeant, Chatto Windus, London 1965 The Hubbles and the Robot ... Illustrated by John Sergeant, Chatto Windus, London 1968 ...