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Clo Graves

(1864—1932)


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Arthur Percival Graves (1846—1931) poet and educationist

 

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(1863–1932) British novelist, journalist, and dramatist

Dragon's Teeth (1891) FictionMaids in a Market Garden (1894) FictionThe Dop Doctor [as ‘Richard Dehan’] (1896) FictionA Well-Meaning Woman (1896) FictionA Mother of Three (1909) DramaThe Headquarter Recruit, and Other Stories [as ‘Richard Dehan’] (1913) Fiction Short StoriesThe Cost of Wings, and Other Stories [as ‘Richard Dehan’] (1914) Fiction Short StoriesEarth to Earth [as ‘Richard Dehan’] (1916) FictionA Sailors' Home, and Other Stories [as ‘Richard Dehan’] (1919) Fiction Short Stories

Dragon's Teeth (1891) Fiction

Maids in a Market Garden (1894) Fiction

The Dop Doctor [as ‘Richard Dehan’] (1896) Fiction

A Well-Meaning Woman (1896) Fiction

A Mother of Three (1909) Drama

The Headquarter Recruit, and Other Stories [as ‘Richard Dehan’] (1913) Fiction Short Stories

The Cost of Wings, and Other Stories [as ‘Richard Dehan’] (1914) Fiction Short Stories

Earth to Earth [as ‘Richard Dehan’] (1916) Fiction

A Sailors' Home, and Other Stories [as ‘Richard Dehan’] (1919) Fiction Short Stories

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