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1 Locke William J. The White Dove
New York: John Lane Company. MCMVII. London John Lane. The Bodley Head 1907 Hardcover Good 
20540 - Cloth - English - Octavo - 391 pp. green cloth white lettering binding faded some former owner bookplate and inscription inside front board corner bumped binding spine and boards soiled some and scuffed. William John Locke was born March 20th 1863 in Demerara British Guiana. An English man he was the son of a Banker. Educated at Queens Royal College Trinidad and Cambridge he went on to be a schoolmaster at Clifton and then at Glenaldmond from 1890 to 1897. Finding this line of work uncongenial he became the secretary to the Royal Institute of British Architects for ten years. Locke published his first novel At the gate of Samaria in 1894 at the age of 31. His first major success was The Morals of Marcus Ordene (1905) and probably his most famous The Beloved Vagabond (1906). Below is a listing of most of his novels and stories. He also wrote a number of unpublished plays some of - New York: John Lane Company. MCMVII. London: John Lane. The Bodley Head 
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