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Robert Smythe Hichens

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Gender Male
Death73 years ago
Date of birth November 14,1864
Zodiac sign Scorpio
Born Speldhurst
United Kingdom
Date of died July 20,1950
Job Journalist
Music critic
Education The London School of Journalism
Clifton College Preparatory School
Royal College of Music
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The Green Carnation
The Spell of Egypt
The Garden of Allah
Tongues of conscience
A Spirit In Prison
The Dweller on the Threshold
The Call of the Blood
How Love Came to Professor Guildea (Dodo Press)
Bella donna
The Way of Ambition
The Return of the Soul and Other Stories
December Love
The Prophet of Berkeley Square
The Londoners
An imaginative man
The Woman With The Fan
Barbary sheep
The folly of Eustace, and other stories
The Holy Land
After To- morrow
The Spinster
Halima And The Scorpions
The Fruitful Vine
Fin Tireur
The Near East: Dalmatia, Greece and Constantinople
The Paradine case
The Princess And The Jewel Doctor
Snake-Bite And Other Stories
In The Wilderness
The Desert Drum
Desert Air
The Figure In The Mirage
The Collaborators
The spirit of the time
The Mission of Mr. Eustace Greyne
The Slave: A Romance
Smaïn and Safti's Summer Day
Robert Smythe Hichens, Collection Novels
Robert Hichens: Selective Works
The Medicine Man
The near East
The Big Book of the Masters of Horror, Weird and Supernatural Short Stories: 120+ Authors and 1000+ Stories in One Volume
The Thing from the Lake and the Dweller on the Threshold
The First Lady Brendon: A Novel in a Prologue and Two Parts
Halima and the Scorpions and the Princess and the Jewel Doctor
The Return of the Soul 1896: The Most Popular Horro Book
Homes of the Passing Show. Public Dinners
The Garden of Allah (Volume 1 of 4 ) (EasyRead Super Large 24pt Edition)
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Robert Smythe Hichens Life story

Robert Hichens was an English journalist, novelist, music lyricist, short story writer, music critic and collaborated on successful plays. He is best remembered as a satirist of the "Naughty Nineties".

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