Great Sea Stories (Esprios Classics) Joseph Lewis French

Great Sea Stories (Esprios Classics)

Author: Joseph Lewis French
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Book Title
Great Sea Stories (Esprios Classics)
Author
Joseph Lewis French
ISBN
9781006869679
Joseph Lewis French (1858-1936) was a novelist, editor, poet and newspaper man. The New York Times noted in 1925 that he may be "the most industrious anthologist of his time." He is known for his popular themed collections, and published over twenty-five books between 1918 and his death in 1936. He founded two magazines, The New West (c. 1887) and The Wave (c. 1890). Afterwards he worked for newspapers "across the country" contributing poetry and articles. He struggled financially, and in 1927 the New York Graphic, a daily tabloid, published an autobiographical article they convinced him to write, entitled "I'm Starving - Yet I'm in Who's Who as the Author of 27 Famous Books."Binding Type: PaperbackAuthor: Joseph Lewis FrenchPublisher: BlurbPublished: 07/28/2021ISBN: 9781006869679Pages: 322Weight: 1.04lbsSize: 9.00h x 6.00w x 0.72d
Joseph Lewis French (1858-1936) was a novelist, editor, poet and newspaper man. The New York Times noted in 1925 that he may be "the most industrious anthologist of his time." He is known for his popular themed collections, and published over twenty-five books between 1918 and his death in 1936. He founded two magazines, The New West (c. 1887) and The Wave (c. 1890). Afterwards he worked for newspapers "across the country" contributing poetry and articles. He struggled financially, and in 1927 the New York Graphic, a daily tabloid, published an autobiographical article they convinced him to write, entitled "I'm Starving - Yet I'm in Who's Who as the Author of 27 Famous Books."

Binding Type: Paperback
Author: Joseph Lewis French
Publisher: Blurb
Published: 07/28/2021
ISBN: 9781006869679
Pages: 322
Weight: 1.04lbs
Size: 9.00h x 6.00w x 0.72d
Joseph Lewis French (1858-1936) was a novelist, editor, poet and newspaper man. The New York Times noted in 1925 that he may be "the most industrious anthologist of his time." He is known for his popular themed collections, and published over twenty-five books between 1918 and his death in 1936. He founded two magazines, The New West (c. 1887) and The Wave (c. 1890). Afterwards he worked for newspapers "across the country" contributing poetry and articles. He struggled financially, and in 1927 the New York Graphic, a daily tabloid, published an autobiographical article they convinced him to write, entitled "I'm Starving - Yet I'm in Who's Who as the Author of 27 Famous Books."

Binding Type: Paperback
Author: Joseph Lewis French
Publisher: Blurb
Published: 07/28/2021
ISBN: 9781006869679
Pages: 322
Weight: 1.04lbs
Size: 9.00h x 6.00w x 0.72d