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Henry Austin Dobson

a.k.a. Austin Dobson

Author Code: EADX

Born: Jan. 14, 1840 - Plymouth, England

Died: Sep. 2, 1921 - London, England

Educated at Coventry and the Strasbourg Gymnasium, Dobson entered the Board of Trade in the Harbour department in 1856. He gradually rose to the rank of principal and retired in 1901. Around the mid-1860's, Dobson began to write verse and some prose and contributed to Anthony Trollope's St. Paul's Magazine. In 1873, he published his first volume of verse, Vignettes in Rhyme. which was highly successful, running to three editions. In 1876, he published The Prodigals, the first English work to make use of the French triolet ballade. Dobson's second volume, Proverbs in Porcelain appeared in 1877 and drew critical acclaim. After 1885, Dobson concentrated on criticism and biographies which included Henry Fielding (1883), Thomas Bewick (1884), Richard Steele (1886) and Oliver Goldsmith (1888) to name a few. His other works include Old-World Idylls (1883), The Ballad of Beau Brocade (1884), At the Sign of the Lyre (1885), Horace Walpole (1890), Collected Poems (1897), The Paladin of Philanthropy (1899), Carmina Votiva (1901) and William Hogarth (1907).

eBook Code Title/Sub-Title Pub. Yr Pages File Size Type Download Format Find Printed Copy
EADX002 At the Sign of the Lyre
  AndrĂ© Le Chapelain
  At the Convent Gate
  At the Sign of the Lyre
  "Au Revoir."
  The Book-Pate's Petition
  A Broken Sword
  The Carver and the Caliph
  A Chapter of Froissart
  To a Child
  The CurĂ©'s Progress
  The Distressed Poet
  Don Quixote
  An Eastern Apologue
  A Fairy Tale
  A Fancy from Fontenelle
  A Garden Song
  Household Art
  To an Intrusive Butterfly
  Jocosa Lyra
  The Ladies of St. James's
  A Legacy
  Lines to a Stupid Picture
  "Little Blue-Ribbons"
  The Lost Elixir
  A Madrigal
  To the Mammoth-Tortoise of the Mascarene Islands
  The Masque of the Months
  The Milkmaid
  To a Missal of the Thirteenth Century
  Molly Trefusis
  My Books
  An Old Fish Pond
  The Old Sedan Chair
  Palomydes
  The Poet's Seat
  A Revolutionary Relic
  A Roman "Round-Robin."
  A Song to the Lute
  Two Sermons
  To an Unknown Bust in the British Museum
  Verses to Order
  The Water of Gold
1885 58 287k eBook Download PDF - 'At the Sign of the Lyre' (EADX002) Find a printed copy of At the Sign of the Lyre by Henry Austin Dobson at AbeBooks
EADX001 Fielding 1907 88 621k eBook Download PDF - 'Fielding' (EADX001) Find a printed copy of Fielding by Henry Austin Dobson at AbeBooks

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