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Arthur St. John Adcock

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Arthur St. John Adcock (1920s)

Arthur St. John Adcock (17 january 1864 - 9 june 1930) was an English novelist and poet, known as A. St. John Adcock or St. John Adcock. He is remembered for his discovery of the then-unknown poet W. H. Davies.

In november 1912, he did an interview : "Sir Arthur Conan Doyle", published in The Bookman (UK) illustrated with 29 photos, and in 1923 he dedicated 7 pages to Conan Doyle in his book Gods of Modern Grub Street with 1 photo by Emil Otto Hoppé.


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