John Galsworthy OM ( /ˈɡɔːlzwɜrði/; 14 August 1867 – 31 January 1933) was an English novelist and playwright. Notable works include The Forsyte Saga (1906–1921) and its sequels, A Modern Comedy and End of the Chapter. He won the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1932.
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... In 1913, she met John Galsworthy who encouraged her to open her own school in St ... and principal dancer for The Little Dream, a fantasy by John Galsworthy, at Annie Horniman's Gaiety Theatre, Manchester. 1912 she created the part of Guinevere Megan in The Pigeon by John Galsworthy at The Royal Theatre, acting with Gladys Cooper and Dennis Eadie ...
... From the Four Winds, 1897 (as John Sinjohn) Jocelyn, 1898 (as John Sinjohn) Villa Rubein, 1900 (as John Sinjohn) A Man of Devon, 1901 (as John Sinjohn) The ... Poems, 1932 Flowering Wilderness, 1932 Over the River, 1933 Autobiographical Letters of Galsworthy A Correspondence with Frank Harris, 1933 The Grove Edition ...
... Doubledick), Oscar Wilde (Canterville), John Galsworthy (Strife), Sadi, Guy de Maupassant, Maurice Maeterlinck (Sightless) and Hendrik van Loon (The Story of ... Sarshar Chandi Ki Dibiya Silver Box (1906) by John Galsworthy Hartal Strife (1909) by John Galsworthy Nyaya Justice (1910) by John Galsworthy Sukhdas Silas Marner by George Eliot (adaptation ...
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