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Anthony Hope

Alias: Sir Anthony Hope Hawkins
Life: 1863-1933

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Stories by English Authors: England, [en]

Frivolous Cupid, [en]

A Man of Mark, [en] 1890

Comedies of Courtship, [en] 1894

Dolly Dialogues, [en] 1894

The Prisoner of Zenda
Being the History of Three Months in the Life of an English Gentleman, [en] 1894

The Indiscretion of the Duchess
Being a Story Concerning Two Ladies, a Nobleman, and a Necklace, [en] 1894

Father Stafford
A Lover's Fate and a Friend's Counsel, [en] 1895

Rupert of Hentzau
from the Memoirs of Fritz Von Tarlenheim, [en] 1898

The King's Mirror
A Novel, [en] 1898

Simon Dale, [en] 1898

Captain Dieppe, [en] 1899

Tristram of Blent
An Episode in the Story of an Ancient House, [en] 1900

Quisanté, [en] 1900

The Intrusions of Peggy, [en] 1902

The Great Miss Driver, [en] 1908

El prisionero de Zenda, [es] 1909

Second String, [en] 1910

Half a Hero
A Novel, [en] 1911

The Secret of the Tower, [en] 1919

Beaumaroy Home from the Wars, [en] 1919

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