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us: Fitzgerald, Percy, 1834-1925

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  • Variants

    • us: Author of School days at Saxonhurst, 1834-1925
    • us: School days at Saxonhurst, Author of, 1834-1925
    • us: Native, 1834-1925
    • us: One of the boys, 1834-1925
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    • Birth Date

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    • Birth Place

        (naf) Louth (Ireland : County)
    • Associated Locale

        (naf) Ireland
    • Associated Locale

        (naf) London (England)
    • Field of Activity

        (lcsh) Law
          (lcsh) Fiction
            (lcsh) Biography
              (lcsh) History
                (lcsh) Sculpture
                  (lcsh) Painting
                • Occupation

                    (lcsh) Lawyers
                      (lcsh) Authors
                        (lcsh) Sculptors
                          (lcsh) Painters
                            (lcsh) Theater critics
                        • Additonal Related Forms

                          • us: Dyce, Gilbert, 1834-1925
                        • Earlier Established Forms

                            Fitzgerald, Percy Hetherington, 1834-1925
                        • Sources

                          • found: His The book fancier, or, The romance of book collecting, 1887: t.p. (Percy Fitzgerald)
                          • found: His Autobiography of a small boy, 1869: t.p. (Author of School days at Saxonhurst)
                          • found: Boswell's autobiography, 1912: t.p. (Percy Fitzgerald, M.A., F.S.A., Author of "The life of James Boswell," etc.)
                          • found: Recollections of Dublin Castle & of Dublin Society, 1902: t.p. (A native)
                          • found: Carty, T.J. A dict. of literary pseuds. in the English language, 1995: p. 325 (Fitzgerald, Percy Hetherington, 1834-1925, Irish lawyer, novelist, sculptor and painter; Gilbert Dyce (Bella Donna); One of the boys (School days at Saxonhurst))
                          • found: Wikipedia, 26 Sept., 2014 (Percy Hetherington Fitzgerald (1834-1925) was an Anglo-Irish author and critic, painter and sculptor; b. in Ireland at Fane Valley, County Louth; After moving to London, he became a contributor to Charles Dickens's magazine, Household Words, and later dramatic critic for the Observer and the Whitehall Review. Among his many writings are numerous biographies and works relating to the history of the theatre)
                        • LC Classification

                          • PR4705.F3
                        • Change Notes

                          • 1979-03-08: new
                          • 2014-09-27: revised
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