IN A COLLEGE GARDEN.
The splendid spur.
The white moth.
I. Tim the Dragoon.
II. Kenmare river.
Lady Jane (Sapphics).
Upon Graciosa, Walking and talking...
Sir Arthur Quiller-Couch, commonly known as "Q," the initial with which he signed many of his works, was a reformer and reform writer primarily in working to improve secondary education in Cornwall an...
At the end of the nineteenth century, Arthur Quiller-Couch was a prominent man of letters, one of a group of literary, often scholarly, journalists whose work filled the pages of the better magazines ...
As a student of Oxford University, Sir Arthur Quiller-Couch signed articles contributed to the Oxford University Magazine with the letter "Q," and he continued to use that signature all his life. Q ha...