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Henry Newbolt

(1862—1938) poet and writer

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Alfred Noyes

Overview page. Subjects: Literature.

(1880–1959),

poet, playwright, novelist, and anthologist, who held violently anti‐Modernist views on literature; his own collections of verse (many of them about seafaring) include...

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Horace Annesley Vachell

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(1861–1955) married (1889) Lydie Phillips (d. 1895).

Born at Sydenham, eldest son of a former landowner, he was brought up partly near Winchester, which he often visited, and was...

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Joseph Conrad

Overview page. Subjects: Literature — Maritime History.

1857–1924)

Polish-born British novelist.

Conrad's parents were ardent Polish nationalists, and his childhood was darkened by the exile into which they were sent by the...

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Longman's Magazine

Overview page. Subjects: Literature.

(1882–1905),

a family magazine, a successor to Fraser's, published short stories and serialized novels, poetry, and reviews. Contributors included A. Dobson, G. Allen, Kipling, Mrs...

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Monthly Review

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(1900–7).

Founded by the Conservative publisher John Murray (1851–1928) as a vehicle for the editorship of the Liberal writer Henry Newbolt, its aim was to produce a setting for...

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Old Country: A Romance

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Henry Newbolt, 1906, Smith, Elder.

The story begins in the present day, with a country-house party at Gardenleigh. Young Stephen Bulmer, a ‘fearless spirit-venturer’, author of The...

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Poetry Review

Overview page. Subjects: Literary Studies (20th Century onwards).

The magazine of the Poetry Society, founded by W. G. Kyle in 1909, when the Poetical Gazette was introduced to disseminate information about readings and other events. In 1911 Harold ...

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Poetry Society

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A society founded in 1909 (as the Poetry Recital Society) for the promotion of poetry and the art of speaking verse, and sponsored by many literary figures including G. Murray, A. P....

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publishers

Overview page. Subjects: Literature.

During 1900–14 British fiction publishing, like the rest of the industry, was in the process of transition in response to technological advances and the expansion of the market. Moreover,...

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Sir Charles Villiers Stanford

Overview page. Subjects: Music.

(b Dublin, 30 Sept. 1852; d London, 29 March 1924).

Irish composer, teacher, and conductor. The son of a Protestant lawyer who was a talented bass and cellist, he studied ...

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