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John Oliver Hobbes (1867–1906)

Hobbes, John Oliver, pseudonym of Pearl (Richards) Craigie, an American novelist resident in England; born at Boston, Nov. 3, 1867; died at London, Aug. 13, 1906. She published: ‘The Sinner’s Comedy’; ‘Some Emotions and a Moral’; ‘A Study in Temptations’; ‘A Bundle of Life’; ‘The Herb-Moon’; ‘Robert Orange’ (1900); ‘The Dream and Business’ besides several plays.