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Anthony Hope

AKA Anthony Hope Hawkins

Born: 9-Feb-1863
Birthplace: London, England
Died: 8-Jul-1933
Location of death: Walton-on-the-Hill, Surrey, England
Cause of death: Cancer - Throat

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Novelist

Nationality: England
Executive summary: The Prisoner of Zenda

Father: Edward Connerford Hawkins (minister, headmaster)
Mother: Jane Isabella Grahame
Wife: Elizabeth Somerville Sheldon (m. 1903, d. 1946, two sons, one daughter)

    High School: Marlborough College
    University: Balliol College, Oxford University (1886)


Author of books:
A Man of Mark (1890, novel)
Father Stafford (1891, novel)
Mr. Witt's Widow (1892, novel)
Sport Royal and Other Stories (1893, short stories)
A Change of Air (1893, novel)
Half-a-Hero (1893, novel)
The Prisoner of Zenda (1894, novel)
The God in the Car (1894, novel, 2 vols.)
The Heart of Princess Osra (1896, short stories)
The Chronicles of Count Antonio (1896, novel)
Comedies of Courtship (1896, short stories)
Phroso (1897, novel)
Rupert of Hentzau (1898, novel)
Simon Dale (1898, novel)
The King's Mirror (1899, novel)
Quisanté (1900, novel)
Captain Dieppe (1900, novel)
Tristram of Blent (1901, novel)
The Intrusions of Peggy (1902, novel)
Double Harness (1904, novel)
A Servant of the Public (1905, novel)
Sophy of Kravonia (1906, novel)
The Great Miss Driver (1908, novel)
Second String (1910, novel)
Mrs. Maxon Protests (1911, novel)
Lucinda (1920, novel)
Memories and Notes (1927, memoir)

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