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A Comedy Of Masks (Dodo Press)
     

A Comedy Of Masks (Dodo Press)

by Ernest Dowson
 

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Ernest Christopher Dowson (1867-1900), born in Lee, London, was an English poet, novelist and writer of short stories associated with the Decadent movement. He attended The Queen's College, Oxford, but left before obtaining a degree. He was a frequent contributor to the literary magazines The Yellow Book and The Savoy. Dowson collaborated on a couple of unsuccessful

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Ernest Christopher Dowson (1867-1900), born in Lee, London, was an English poet, novelist and writer of short stories associated with the Decadent movement. He attended The Queen's College, Oxford, but left before obtaining a degree. He was a frequent contributor to the literary magazines The Yellow Book and The Savoy. Dowson collaborated on a couple of unsuccessful novels with Arthur Moore, worked on his own novel Madame de Viole, and worked as an unpaid reviewer for The Critic. His prose works include the short stories collected as Dilemmas (1895), and the two novels A Comedy of Masks (1893) and Adrian Rome (1899) (both co-written with Arthur Moore (1866-1952)). Some of his short prose was first published in the journal, The Yellow Book.

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ISBN-13:
9781409975168
Publisher:
Dodo Press
Publication date:
10/09/2009
Pages:
278
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.63(d)
Age Range:
1 - 17 Years

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