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Allen Upward

Author Code: EAUP

Born: (?) 1863 - Worcester, England

Died: Nov. 12, 1926 - Wimbourne Minster, England

Educated at Great Yarmouth Grammar School and the Royal University of Ireland in Dublin where he studied law. An excellent student, Upward received the O'Hagan Gold Medal for Oratory, a silver medal from Dublin and two First Class Scholarships. He was admitted to the bar at Middle Temple in 1886. He returned to Ireland in 1887 and worked as a barrister until 1889 when he returned to England and worked in the South Wales Circuit. In 1888, he published Songs of Ziklag a book of poetry. He ran for MP for Merthyr-Tydvil in 1895, but was defeated. He later volunteered to fight in the Greco-Turkish War of 1897. He then spent some time as a judge in Nigeria and Kenya. In 1907-08, he served with the Mission to Macedonia. During the early stages of the First World War, Upward volunteered as Scoutmaster at the Front. In 1916, he became the headmaster of Inverness College. In 1926, Upward committed suicide; it is said because of being shunned for the Nobel prize in literature. He was a cousin of the author Edward Upward. His works include The Prince of Balkistan (1895), Secrets of the Courts of Europe (1895), A Crown of Straw (1896), A Day's Tragedy (1897), Athelstane Ford (1899), The Accused Princess (1900), The New Word (1907), The East End of Europe (1908), Secrets of the Past (1909) and The Divine Mystery (1913).

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EAUP001 Athelstane Ford 1899 123 535k eBook Download PDF - 'Athelstane Ford' (EAUP001)   Download ePub - 'Athelstane Ford' (EAUP001) Find a printed copy of Athelstane Ford by Allen Upward at AbeBooks
EAUP004 The International Spy 1905 145 490k eBook Download PDF - 'The International Spy' (EAUP004)   Download ePub - 'The International Spy' (EAUP004) Find a printed copy of The International Spy by Allen Upward at AbeBooks
EAUP003 The Queen Against Owen 1895 85 372k eBook Download PDF - 'The Queen Against Owen' (EAUP003)   Download ePub - 'The Queen Against Owen' (EAUP003) Find a printed copy of The Queen Against Owen by Allen Upward at AbeBooks
EAUP002 The Secret of St. James's Palace 1900 11 152k eBook Download PDF - 'The Secret of St. James's Palace' (EAUP002)   Download ePub - 'The Secret of St. James's Palace' (EAUP002) Find a printed copy of The Secret of St. James's Palace by Allen Upward at AbeBooks

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