Thomas Hughes (20 October 1822 – 22 March 1896) was an English lawyer and author. He is most famous for his novel Tom Brown's School Days (1857), a semi-autobiographical work set at Rugby School, which Hughes had attended. It had a lesser-known sequel, Tom Brown at Oxford (1861).
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... Thomas Hughes was an English lawyer, politician and author ... Thomas Hughes may also refer to Thomas Hughes (died 1641), MP for Appleby (UK Parliament constituency) Thomas Hughes (Australian politician) (1892–1980), Australian ... Hughes (1769–1839), U.S ...
... In 1855, Thomas Hughes (1789–1862), son of Cornelius Hughes, bought the 374-acre (1.51 km2) farm from Carter Henry Harrison ... He lived there with his wife Julia Ann Smith Hughes (1805–1846) and their four children, including daughter Kate Hughes McCreary (1844–1908), wife of Governor James B ... McCreary (1838–1918) and son William Thomas Hughes (see next) ...
... Episcopal 1887 Rugby School 1880/1907 Thomas Hughes Library 1882 Author Thomas Hughes (1822–1896) Kingstone Lisle 1884 Thomas Hughes Community in Hughes's native Berkshire, England Percy ... Lyon White Uffington House 1881 Margaret Hughes Uffington, England The Clubhouse/Ruralia 1884 Daniel Ellerby Twin Oaks 1884 Beriah Riddell ...
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“The mouth of the drowned dog. After long rain the land
Was sodden as the bed of an ancient lake,
Treed with iron and birdless.”
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The windows pour into their heart
And the doors burn in their brain.”
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