Bert, Bill: two railway porters
the man in the corner
Hafiz el Alcolahn
Bazzalol, Thoothoobaba: two Nubian
The career of Lord Dunsany all too easily invokes the stereotype of the aristocratic literateur. By his own avowal, he was first of all a sportsman and a soldier; writing was an avocation. His plays, ...
Extraordinarily prolific in a number of literary genres and author of translations, sketches, essays, memoirs, poems, plays, novels, tales, and short fiction that in his lifetime appealed to both popu...
Extraordinarily prolific in the fields of fiction, poetry, essay, translation, autobiography, and memoir, including fifteen short-fiction collections and at least one hundred uncollected short stories...
Lord Dunsany was an aristocrat, a soldier, a sportsman, an avid chess player, and an author. He wrote many things, both in terms of genre--poems, plays, stories, novels, and essays--and in quantity. S...
Edward John Moreton Drax Plunkett, Lord Dunsany, was born in London on 24 July 1878. He was of an ancient Irish family and succeeded to the family title, as the eighteenth Baron Dunsany, in 1899. He w...