Sir Arthur Quiller-Couch (21 November 1863 – 12 May 1944 / England)
Sir Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch was born on November 21, 1863 in Cornwall. He was a British writer, who published under the pen name of "Q". Quiller-Couch received a degree from Trinity College, Oxford and later became a lecturer there.
While he was at Oxford he published Dead Man’s Rock (1887), and followed this with the 1888 publication of Troy Town and in 1889, The Splendid Spur. His later novels included The Blue Pavilions (1891), The Ship of Stars (1899), Hetty Wesley (1903), The Adventures of Harry Revel (1903), Fort Amity (1904), The Shining Ferry (1905), and Sir John Constantine (1906).
In 1898 he completed Robert Louis Stevenson’s unfinished novel, St Ives. ... more »
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- A Letter
- A Triolet
- Almer Mater
- An Oath
- Anecdote For Fathers
- As I Laye A-Dreamynge
- Behold! I am not one that goes to Lectur...
- Caliban Upon Rudiments Or Autoschediasti...
- Chant Royal Of High Virtue
- Christmas Eve
- Coronation Hymn
- De Tea Fabula
- Epilogue: To A Mother
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