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Brooke, Bernard Jocelyn
found: His December spring, 1946
found: His The image of a drawn sword (info from OCLC participant) (Jocelyn Brooke; b. 1908; d. 1966; "He worked in London ...")
found: Contemp. authors index, 1987 (Brooke, (Bernard) Jocelyn)
found: Oxford DNB online, Sept. 26, 2012: (Brooke, (Bernard) Jocelyn (1908-1966), writer and naturalist, was born on 30 November 1908 at 9 Radnor Cliff, Sandgate, Folkestone, Kent; Brooke wrote full-time and published books of a variety of genres in an astonishingly quick succession (eighteen appeared between 1949 and 1958). They reflect his knowledgeable passions for botany, pyrotechnics, and literature; He was a founder member of the Kent Trust for Nature Conservation; In addition to his own writing Brooke was a percipient reviewer and wrote critiques of Aldous Huxley, Elizabeth Bowen, Ronald Firbank, and John Betjeman as well as introducing and editing the journals and published works of Denton Welch; On 29 October 1966 he was found dead in his cottage [in Bishopsbourne] of a coronary artery insufficiency due to atherosclerosis)