Thomas Dixon


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American Racist: The Life and Films of Thomas Dixon

DIXON, Charles Thomas - Painter

DIXON, Daniel (1844 - 1907), PC; JP, DL for Co. Down and Belfast; MP (U) North Belfast from 1905; sole partner Thomas Dixon & Sons, shipowners and timber merchants, and Managers Irish Shipowners’ Co. Ltd

Dixon, Daniel Stewart Thomas Bingham (1912 - 1995), PC (Northern Ireland) 1953, Lord-Lieutenant, City of Belfast, 1976–85 (HM Lieutenant, 1950–76)

DIXON, Henry Thomas (1874 - 1939), Archdeacon of Ludlow since 1932; Canon Residentiary of Hereford Cathedral since 1936; Examining Chaplain to Bishop of Hereford; Prebendary de Warham in Hereford Cathedral; Hon. CF

Dixon, Thomas (1679/1680-1729), Presbyterian minister and college teacher

Dixon, Thomas (1864 - 1946), Fiction Writers, Baptist Clergy, Lecturers

Dixon, Thomas (1864–1946)

Dixon, Thomas (1864–1946)

Dixon, Thomas (c.1680–1729)

DIXON, Thomas Harold (died 1963), Rector of Manaton with North Bovey, Devon, 1940–57

DIXON, Thomas James (1868 - 1950), PC for Northern Ireland, 1930; HML for the County of the City of Belfast since 1924

Dixon, Thomas, Jr.

Dixon, Thomas, Jr (1864–1946)

Dixon, Thomas, Jr (1864–1946)

Dixon, Thomas, Jr. (b. 11 January 1864)

Dixon, Thomas Robin Valerian (born 1935)

EVANS, Thomas Dixon Byron (1860 - 1908), ADC; Royal Canadian Mounted Rifles; commanding Military District No. 10 (Manitoba and North-West Territories); Hon. ADC to His Excellency the Governor-General of Canada from 1901

Re-Membering Blackness After Reconstruction: Race, Rape, and Political Desire in the Work of Thomas Dixon, Jr.

ROBERTSON, Thomas Dixon Marr Trotter (1856 - 1913), a Prison Commissioner for Scotland from 1911

Savill, Thomas Dixon (1855-1910), physician

SAVILL, Thomas Dixon (1856 - 1910), Physician to West End Hospital for Diseases of Nervous System; Physician to Hospital for Diseases of Skin, Leicester Square; Vice-President and one of founders of British College of Physical Education

/Subjunctive America: Thomas Pynchon's Mason & Dixon and Gabriel García Márquez's Love in the Time of Cholera

Thomas Dixon (c. 1680—1729) Presbyterian minister and college teacher

Thomas Dixon Savill (1855—1910) physician

THOMAS DIXON. The Invention of Altruism: Making Moral Meanings in Victorian Britain. (British Academy Postdoctoral Fellowship Monographs.) New York: Oxford University Press, for The British Academy. 2008. Pp. xiv, 420. $80.00


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born in North Carolina, was a Baptist minister and lyceum lecturer before he became an author. His most sensational novels are the trilogy The Leopard's Spots (1902), The Clansman (1905), and The Traitor (1907), extremist Southern views of the Reconstruction era, vigorously antiblack and strongly supportive of the original Ku Klux Klan. Of his 20 novels, all are tracts for his social views, and many concerned with contemporary issues, opposing feminism, socialism, and pacifism, among other matters. After the success of D. W. Griffith's adaptation of The Clansman as The Birth of a Nation (1915), Dixon made five films at his own Los Angeles studio, all based on his novels.

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