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Category: Arthur Quiller-Couch

Sir Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch (21 November 1863 – 12 May 1944) was a Cornish writer who published using the pseudonym Q. Although a prolific novelist, he is remembered mainly for the monumental publication The Oxford Book Of English Verse 1250–1900 (later extended to 1918) and for his literary criticism. He influenced many who never met him, including American writer Helene Hanff, author of 84, Charing Cross Road and its sequel, Q’s Legacy. His Oxford Book of English Verse was a favourite of John Mortimer’s fictional character Horace Rumpole.

‘Behold! I Am Not One That Goes to Lectures’ by Arthur Quiller-Couch

The Vigil Of Venus by Arthur Quiller-Couch

To Maurice Hewlett by Arthur Quiller-Couch

Folk Song: The Marine by Arthur Quiller-Couch

Exmoor Verse: Dereliction by Arthur Quiller-Couch

Folk Song: The Soldier by Arthur Quiller-Couch

Exmoor Verse: Vashti’s Song by Arthur Quiller-Couch

Exmoor Verse: Saturn by Arthur Quiller-Couch

Nuptial Night by Arthur Quiller-Couch

Two Duets by Arthur Quiller-Couch

The Statues And The Tear by Arthur Quiller-Couch

Jenifer’s Love by Arthur Quiller-Couch

Mary Leslie by Arthur Quiller-Couch

Alma Mater by Arthur Quiller-Couch

Three Men Of Truro by Arthur Quiller-Couch