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Stephen Phillips

Author Code: ESPH

Born: Jul. 28, 1864 - Summerstown, Nr. Oxford, England

Died: Dec. 9, 1915 - Deal, Kent, England

Educated at Trinity College School, Stratford upon Avon, King's School, Peterborough and Oundle School, Phillips then prepared for the civil service at a course in London. In 1884, he published Orestes and Other Poems. In 1885, he joined a theatrical company in Wolverhampton, run by his cousin F. R. Benson and for the next few years appeared in numerous plays. Another cousin, the author Laurence Binyon, encouraged Phillips to write poetry and the two collaborated with Ghose and Cripps to publish Primavera: Poems by Four Authors in 1890. In 1892, Phillips began teaching history in a school near London. He continued to write and finally achieved financial and critical success in 1897 with Poems. The book won him a 100 guinea prize by the Academy in 1898. There followed a series of poetic dramas that firmly established Phillips and provided him with financial security, however, he seemed to run through money rather quickly. Finally, in 1911, Phillips was forced into bankruptcy and produced no more successes. He died of cirrhosis of the liver at his Kent cottage in 1915. His other works include Eremus (1894), Christ in Hades (1897), Paolo and Francesca (1901), Ulysses (1902), Nero (1906), New Poems (1908), Pietro of Siena (1910), The New Inferno (1911), Lyrics and Dramas (1913) and Panama and Other Poems (1915).

eBook Code Title/Sub-Title Pub. Yr Pages File Size Type Download Format Find Printed Copy
ESPH001 Nero [Play] 1906 76 278k eBook Download PDF - 'Nero [Play]' (ESPH001)   Download ePub - 'Nero [Play]' (ESPH001) Find a printed copy of Nero [Play] by Stephen Phillips at AbeBooks
ESPH002 Poems
  A. S. P.
  The Apparition
  Beautiful Death
  By the Sea
  Christ in Hades
  Faces At A Fire
  Faith
  Lazarus
  The Lily
  Lyrics
  Marpessa
  To Milton, Blind
  The New "de Profundis"
  The Prisoner
  The Question
  The Wife
  The Woman with the Dead Soul
  The Wound
1897 41 226k eBook Download PDF - 'Poems' (ESPH002)   Download ePub - 'Poems' (ESPH002) Find a printed copy of Poems by Stephen Phillips at AbeBooks

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