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Percy White (1852–1938)

White, Percy. An English novelist and journalist; born in London. He was professor of English language and literature at a French college, later took up journalism and was editor of Public Opinion for ten years. Among his works are: ‘Mr. Bailey-Martin’ (1893); ‘A King’s Diary’ (1894); ‘A Passionate Pilgrim’ (1897); ‘The Heart of the Dancer’ (1900); ‘The New Christians’ (1902); ‘The Patient Man’ (1905); ‘The Eight Guests’ (1906); ‘The Lost Halo’ (1910); ‘To-day’ (1912).