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Henry Blake Fuller

a.k.a. Stanton Page *

Author Code: AHBF

Born: Jan. 9, 1857 - Chicago, Illinois, USA

Died: Jul. 28, 1929 - Chicago, Illinois, USA

Educated in local schools in Chicago and Wisconsin, Fuller developed an interest in art and architecture and spent a year travelling in Europe. He published his first novel, Chevalier of Pansieri-Vani, in 1890 under a pseudonym. It was well-received and convinced Fuller to continue writing. In 1892, he published The Chatelaine of La Trinite, another novel dealing with his European experiences. Disillusioned by the skyscraper trend then emerging in his native Chicago, He published The Cliff Dwellers in 1893, dealing with people having to live in these high-rise buildings. Fuller is credited with having published the first American play which dealt with homosexual issues, At Saint Judas's in 1896. In 1899, he privately printed The New Flag, a scathing attack on the McKinley Administration for its aggression in the Spanish-American War. In 1901, he helped to establish the book review section of the Chicago Evening Post. In 1912, he became a member of the advisory committee of Poetry: A Magazine of Verse/ His other works include With the Procession (1895), Under the Skylights (1901), Waldo Trench and Others (1908), Lines Long and Short (1917), On the Stairs (1918), Bertram Cope's Year (1919) and Gardens of the World (1929).

eBook Code Title/Sub-Title Pub. Yr Pages File Size Type Download Format Find Printed Copy
AHBF003 Bertram Cope's Year 1919 138 634k eBook Download PDF - 'Bertram Cope's Year' (AHBF003) Find a printed copy of Bertram Cope's Year by Henry Blake Fuller at AbeBooks
AHBF004 On the Stairs 1918 76 393k eBook Download PDF - 'On the Stairs' (AHBF004) Find a printed copy of On the Stairs by Henry Blake Fuller at AbeBooks
AHBF001 Under the Skylights
  The Downfall of Abner Joyce
  Dr. Gowdy and the Squash
  Little O'grady Vs. The Grindstone
1901 150 656k eBook Download PDF - 'Under the Skylights' (AHBF001) Find a printed copy of Under the Skylights by Henry Blake Fuller at AbeBooks
AHBF002 With the Procession 1895 144 702k eBook Download PDF - 'With the Procession' (AHBF002) Find a printed copy of With the Procession by Henry Blake Fuller at AbeBooks

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