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George Bronson Howard

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George Bronson-Howard (January 7, 1884 – November 20, 1922)[1] was an American writer.[2] Several of his works were made into films.

Some of Bronson's books were adorned by artwork on the frontispiece and some were illustrated by artists including Paul Stahr and Arthur Covey.[3]

He is also credited with lyrics and as a writer of several Broadway plays including Snobs (1911).[1][4] Snobs was made into a film in 1915.[5]

He featured a spy character named Yorke Norroy in a series of works appearing in serial form in magazines and books.[6]

Bibliography

  • Norroy, Diplomatic Agent (1907)[7]
  • Scars on the Southern Seas, a romance, B. W. Dodge & Company 1907
  • The Red Light of Mars or A Day in the Life of the Devil, published by Mitchell Kennerley, New York, 1913
  • God's Man, 1915
  • Slaves of the Lamp: Being the Adventures of Yorke Norroy in His Quest of the Four Jade Plates[8]
  • Bird of Prey: Being Pages from the Book of Broadway (1918)[9]
  • An enemy to society: a romance of yesterday and today, illustrated by Arthur S. Covey, Doubleday 1911
  • The devil's book: being the full account of how the Book of the Betrayers came into the hands of Yorke Norroy, secret agent of the Department of State, frontispiece by Paul Stahr, W. J. Watt & Company 1920
  • The Devil's Chaplain (1922)[10]
  • Handbook for Skin Divers (1956)[11][dubious ]

Filmography

References

  1. ^ a b "George Bronson-Howard". Playbill. Retrieved 2019-04-08.
  2. ^ Johnston, Alva (2003-06-25). The Legendary Mizners. Farrar, Straus and Giroux. ISBN 9781466807983.
  3. ^ Smith, Geoffrey D. (August 13, 1997). American Fiction, 1901-1925: A Bibliography. Cambridge University Press. p. 84. George Bronson Howard.
  4. ^ "Snobs – Broadway Play – Original | IBDB". www.ibdb.com. Retrieved 2019-04-08.
  5. ^ "George Bronson Howard". BFI. Retrieved 2019-04-08.
  6. ^ "- Spy Guys And Gals". spyguysandgals.com. Retrieved 2019-04-08.
  7. ^ Bronson-Howard, George (January 31, 1907). Norroy, Diplomatic Agent. Saalfield Publishing Company. George Bronson Howard.
  8. ^ Bronson-Howard, George (January 31, 1917). Slaves of the Lamp: Being the Adventures of Yorke Norroy in His Quest of the Four Jade Plates : a Manhattan Nights' Entertainment. W.J. Watt. George Bronson Howard.
  9. ^ Bronson-Howard, George (January 31, 1918). Birds of Prey: Being Pages from the Book of Broadway. W.J. Watt Publishers. George Bronson Howard.
  10. ^ Bronson-Howard, George (January 31, 1922). The Devil's Chaplain. W.J. Watt. George Bronson Howard.
  11. ^ Bronson-Howard, George (January 31, 1956). "Handbook for Skin Divers". Fawcett Publications.

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