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#1 09-01-2006 12:04:53

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[auteur] [bdfi] Carlton Dawe

Dawe, Carlton  (a.k.a. Dawe, William Carlton Lanyon; Dawe, W. Carlton; Dawe, William ) (88 works by  )

Born: 1865 Adelaide, South Australia 
Died: 1935 London, England
Gender: Male

Carlton Dawe was born in Adelaide and moved to Melbourne with his parents in about 1880. He settled permanently in England in 1892 but travelled extensively, apparently both before and after that date. He published three volumes of verse and two works of fiction before moving to England, his poetry and his first novel being published under the name William Dawe. His poetry had not won him much acclaim but he went on to become a prolific and successful writer of popular romance, adventure and crime stories

DAWE, WILLIAM CARLTON LANYON (1865-1935), generally known as Carlton Dawe,
novelist,

belonged to an old Cornish family, and was born at Adelaide on 30 July 1865. He came to Melbourne with his parents about 1880, and in 1885 published at London Sydonia and other Poems. In 1886 Love and the World and other Poems was published at Melbourne. Though the merit of these poems is possibly a little higher than the average of most youthful verse, they did not suggest any particular promise. In the same year he published at Melbourne his first attempt at fiction, Zantha, and in 1889 another volume of poetry, Sketches in Verse, was published in London. Dawe travelled round the world more than once and lived for a time in the east, but appears to have settled in London about 1892. For over 40 years he was writing a long series of popular sensational novels; E. Morris Miller in his Australian Literature lists over 70 of them. Some of the earlier novels had Australian themes, and there are occasional references to the land of his birth in the later books. Dawe wrote a few plays; The Black Spider was produced in London in 1927, and he also had two plays filmed. He died at London on 30 May 1935.

    Who's Who, 1901 and 1906; The Times, 31 May 1935; E. Morris Miller, Australian Literature

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#2 09-01-2006 12:05:45

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Re : [auteur] [bdfi] Carlton Dawe

La préoriginale de "Euryale à Londres" :

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#3 09-01-2006 12:51:58

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Re : [auteur] [bdfi] Carlton Dawe

Réédité en fac-similé par "Ides et autre" (Hors commerce n° 77, 1998) chez Recto-Verso.

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#4 09-01-2006 13:03:33

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Re : [auteur] [bdfi] Carlton Dawe

Un inédit en Français, et son premier ouvrage :

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Trouvé ça :

DAWE, William [Carleton]. Zantha. Melbourne, William Inglis 1886. small 8vo printed wrapp (front wrapp detached); [4],142[2]pp. Used but not a bad copy. sold

Carleton Dawe’s first novel (of some million or so); a tale of madness and murder. At the end is the shorter piece "The Old Piano", a horror story of murder, phantom music and a gruesome spectre.

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#5 25-12-2020 17:29:57

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Re : [auteur] [bdfi] Carlton Dawe

Couverture de la version italienne dans "Il Romanzo mensile" du 15 septembre 1922 :

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