Sir Anthony Hope Hawkins (Anthony Hope). Novelist. The Prisoner of Zenda (1894).
Person | Male Born 1863 Died 1933
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Greater London Council Sir Anthony Hope Hawkins (Anthony Hope), 1863 - 1933,...
Novelist. Born Eirene Adeline Botting at 22 Perham Road, West Kensington. She disliked her name and adopted her mother's maiden name. After the failure of her first marriage, she suffered a breakdo...
The Beatrix Potter Society
Founded to promote the study and appreciation of the life and works of the author.
Set up by an abbot from Winchester to give his brethren somewhere to stay in London and to provide accomodation to pilgrims on their way to Canterbury, in particular Chaucer's pilgrims, who set off...
Edward Frederic. Writer best know for the Mapp and Lucia series set in the village of Tilling, actually Rye, which Benson first visited to see Henry James who was staying there. Born Wellington C...
Writer. Born at 21 Washington Place, New York City. Initially he studied to be a lawyer, but gave it up in favour of writing literary reviews and short stories. His better-known works include 'Wash...