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Publisher: Dodo Press (4 Sept. 2009)
By: W. B. Maxwell (Author)
William Babington Maxwell (1866-1938) was a British novelist. He was a son of novelist Mary Elizabeth Braddon. Though nearly 50 years old at the outbreak of the First World War, he was accepted as a lieutenant in the Royal Fusiliers and served in France until 1917. He wrote The Last Man in, a drama, produced March 14, 1910, at the Royalty Theatre, Glasgow, by the Scottish Repertory Company: and, with George Paston (i. e., Emily Morse Symonds), a farce, The Naked Truth, which was first played at Wyndham's Theatre, London, in April, 1910, and in which Charles Hawtrey played Bernard Darrell. His other works include: The Countess of Maybury (1901), The Ragged Messenger (1904), The Guarded Flame (1906), Hill Rise (1908), Mrs. Thompson (1911), In Cotton Wool (1912) and The Devil's Garden (1913).
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