Person    | Male  Born 1881  Died 1971

E. V. Knox

E. V. Knox

Editor of Punch, 1932 - 1949, essayist and poet. Used the penname Evoe. In 1977 his daughter, Penelope Fitzgerald the author, wrote a biography, "The Knox Brothers" of him and his two brothers.

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E. V. Knox

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E. V. Knox & Punch

Born 1881, editor of Punch, 1932 - 1949, E. V. Knox (Evoe), essayist and poet...

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Leonard Woolf

Leonard Woolf

Author and publisher. Born Leonard Sidney Woolf in Kensington. After working in the Ceylon (now Sri Lanka) Civil Service, he returned to Britain where he met and married Virginia Stephen. Together ...

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James Hall (writer)

James Hall (writer)

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Rupert Murdoch

Rupert Murdoch

Co-funder of the Reagan statue in Grosvenor Square. An Australian/American media mogul.

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Richard Church

Richard Church

Poet and writer. Born Richard Thomas Church in Battersea. He worked as a civil servant, before taking up writing full-time in 1933. His poems include 'Solstices', 'A House in Winter' and 'The Man W...

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