Sir Anthony Hope Hawkins

Standard Name: Hawkins, Sir Anthony Hope
Used Form: Anthony Hope


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Education Margaret Haig, Viscountess Rhondda
Taught by governesses until she was thirteen, Margaret Haig Thomas learned to read at about five. She was taught German and French, and she also learned Welsh as a child but did not retain it...
Family and Intimate relationships Ray Strachey
Her father was political barrister Frank Costelloe . According to Mary Agnes Hamilton, the novelist Anthony Hope used him as a model for the eponymous hero of his Quisanté, 1900.
Hamilton, Mary Agnes. Remembering My Good Friends. Jonathan Cape.
Friends, Associates Kate Parry Frye
At the Bourne End house, KPF and her sister spent idyllic youthful days, canoeing, punting, and bicycling.
Frye, Kate Parry. “Introduction”. Campaigning for the Vote: Kate Parry Frye’s Suffrage Diary, edited by Elizabeth Crawford, Francis Boutle Publishers, pp. 9-34.
The Plat also provided KPF with access to an aristocratic network, as many upper-class families attended the...
Intertextuality and Influence Daphne Du Maurier
The doubles are alike in looks only, and widely different in character. One, a solitary Englishman named John, takes the place for a week of the other, the French count Jean de Gué, whose family...
Intertextuality and Influence Constance Smedley
She claimed that its influences included The Dolly Dialogues by Anthony Hope . She wrote it during a year at her family's farmhouse at Wooburn Green in Buckinghamshire, under its early title of The...
Literary responses E. M. Delafield
Rebecca West reviewed the book in The Daily Telegraph, calling it [a]n admirable novel. Nobody has ever written so well about the kind of English people who live in big houses since Sir Anthony Hope Hawkins
Reception John Oliver Hobbes
The bronze portrait memorial to JOH was unveiled at University College, London , by Lord Curzon in the presence of herparents , assorted peers and dignitaries, and writers including Thomas Hardy and Anthony Hope
Textual Production Ada Leverson
AL 's style and reputation are bound up with those of Oscar Wilde . Her biographer Charles Burkhart accepts that Wilde was the catalyst of her writing career, though he insists that she does not...


1894: Anthony Hope (pen-name of Sir Anthony Hope...

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Anthony Hope (pen-name of Sir Anthony Hope Hawkins) published his immensely popular novelThe Prisoner of Zenda.


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