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Percy Lubbock

Author Code: EPCL

Born: Jun. 4, 1879 - Earlham Hall, Norfolk, England

Died: Aug. 1, 1965 - La Spezia, Italy

Educated at Eton College and King's College, Cambridge, Lubbock later became a Fellow of Magdalene College, Cambridge. Lubbock became friends with many notables including Edith Wharton, E.M. Forster, Henry James and Howard Sturgis to name a few. In 1921, he published his most influential work, The Craft of Fiction, which, besides being popular, had a profound effect on many writers of the 1920s and after. Lubbock was a homosexual who realized that a marriage of convenience would help him both socially and financially. He married Sybil Scott in 1926. His many works include Elizabeth Barrett Browning in Her Letters (1906), Samuel Pepys (1909), The Letters of Henry James (1920), Earlham (1921), Roman Pictures (1923), The Region Cloud (1925), Shades of Eton (1929), Portrait of Edith Wharton (1947) and Percy Lubbock Reader (1957).

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