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Laurence Housman (1865–1959)

Housman, Lawrence. An English writer; born June 18, 1865; died in 1959. He first came into notice as an illustrator. He wrote both poetry and novels. His verse includes: ‘Green Arras’ (1896); ‘Spikenard’ (1898); ‘Rue’ (1899); ‘Mendicant Rhymes’ (1906); of his tales and novels may be mentioned: ‘All Fellows’ (1896); ‘An English Woman’s Love Letters’ (1900); ‘The Blue Moon’ (1904); ‘Sabrina Warham’ (1904). In collaboration with Granville Barker he wrote ‘Prunella’ (1904).