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Percy Addleshaw (1866-1916) as "Percy Hemingway", The Happy Wanderer, and other verse . London: Elkin Mathews]/ Chicago: Way & Williams, 1896. Courtesy Internet Archive.

William Percy Addleshaw (1866-1916) was an English prose writer, and barrister, who wrote poetry under the pen name of Percy Hemingway.

LifeEdit

Addleshaw was born in Bowden, Greater Manchester, Cheshire. He graduated from Christ Church, Oxford.

Addleshaw was called to the bar in 1893. He was an admirer and friend of Roden Noel,[1] and edited Noel's Selected Poems.

He wrote articles, poems and reviews for various publications and published several non-fiction books, including a biography of Sir Philip Sidney. Under the pseudonym of Percy Hemingway he published Out of Egypt, a volume of short stories, and The Happy Wanderer, and other poems.

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Non-fictionEdit

EditedEdit


Except where noted, bibliographical information courtesy WorldCat.[2]

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. The Literary World, Volume 57, (1898) James Clarke & Co., London
  2. Search results = au:Percy Addleshaw, WorldCat, OCLC Online Computer Library Center Inc. Web, Dec. 28, 2015.

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