See also:English author, , was
See also:born on the 2nd of May 1859 . He was educated at the philological school, Marylebone,
See also:London; and was by turns clerk, schoolmaster and actor, before he settled down to journal-ism . He made his reputation as a humorist in 1889 with Idle Thoughts of an Idle
See also:Fellow and Three Men in a
See also:Boat, and from 1892 to 1897 he was co-editor of the Idler with Robert
See also:Barr . At the same
See also:time he was also the editor of To-
See also:Day . A one-
See also:play of his,
See also:Barbara, was produced at the Globe theatre in 1886, and was followed by many others, among them Sunset (1888),
See also:Farm (1891), The Passing of the Third
See also:Floor Back (1907) . Among his later books are Letters to Clorinda (1898), The Second Thoughts of an Idle Fellow (1898), Three Men on the Bummel (1900), Tommy and Co . (1904), They and 1 (1909) .
JEROME OF PRAGUE (d. 1416)
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