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  1. Hugh Walpole by Rupert Hart-Davis, 1998-04-01
  2. The Green Mirror by Sir Hugh Walpole, 2009-10-21
  3. Above the Dark Circus by Hugh Walpole, 1985
  4. The Captives by Hugh Walpole, 2002-02
  5. Rogue Herries (Paperback) by Hugh Walpole, 2010-02-17
  6. The Dark Forest (Classic Reprint) by Sir Hugh Walpole, 2010-04-26
  7. Sir Hugh Walpole and the United States: A Novelist's View of 1919-1936 America by Elizabeth Steele, 2006-12-30
  8. Hans Frost by Hugh Walpole, 2005-04
  9. Fortitude by Hugh Walpole, 2010-03-07
  10. Wintersmoon by Hugh Walpole, 1928
  11. The Secret City: A Novel in Three Parts by Hugh Walpole, 2010-04-03
  12. The Old Ladies by Hugh Walpole, 2006-11-12
  13. Vanessa by Hugh Walpole, 1971
  14. Hugh Walpole stumbles upon priceless literary treasure in a San Francisco book shop: by Ernest Jerome Hopkins 1887-1973, 1920-12-31

1. Walpole, Hugh - Judith Paris - The Marketplace For Secondhand, Rare, And Out-of-
A Quiet Story. walpole hugh. THE HERRIES CHRONICLE. Macmillan. 1939. THE HERRIESCHRONICLE. walpole hugh. PORTRAIT OF A MAN WITH RED HAIR. Macmillan and Co.
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Judith Paris
London: Pan, 1971
Paperback. Very Good. First Thus. Unread with a little discolouring to covers and darkened page edges.
Price: 3.00 £
Weiter zum Autor: Walpole, Hugh
Weiter zum Titel: Judith Paris
THE SECRET CITY. A Novel In Three Parts.
London, MacMillan, 1919, 1st edition.
130mm.W X 195mm., 446pp., 6pp. adverts. Book VG, green buckram, cream spine label printed in black, cloth bubbling, label sunned, ownership sign. on FEP. No DW.
Price: 12.00 £
Weiter zum Autor: WALPOLE, Hugh:
Weiter zum Titel: THE SECRET CITY. A Novel In Three Parts.
CATHEDRAL CAROL SERVICE. London, Faber and Faber, 1934. First Edition. 145mm. w x 225mm., 31pp. Book NF, yellow boards with black spine lettering. DW VG, edge wear, slightly stained in places. An episode from Mr. Walpole s forthcoming novel The inquisitor. Price: 8.00 £ Weiter zum Autor: WALPOLE, Hugh: Weiter zum Titel: CATHEDRAL CAROL SERVICE.
THE WOODEN HORSE. London, Macmillan, 1929, Reprint (1st 1909.) 110mm. w x 170mm., 319pp. Book NF, limp blue LEATHER with gilt lettering on spine, TEG. No DW.

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7. Hugh Walpole
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Hugh Seymour Walpole , the son of Reverend G. H. S. Walpole , was born in Auckland, New Zealand in 1884. After being educated in England at King's School, Canterbury, and Emmanuel College , Cambridge, Walpole became a schoolmaster at a boys' school. His novel, Mr Perrin and Mr Traill (1911) was based on his experiences as a schoolteacher.
Walpole left teaching and became a journalist and was working in Russia with his great friend, Arthur Ransome , when the First World War was declared. He joined the

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Hugh Walpole (18841941). Sir Hugh Walpole Basic information abouthim. Herries Chronicle Information about his Herries chronicle.
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14. Sir Hugh Walpole (1884-1941)
A brief biography of the author Sir hugh walpole, with particular attention tohis relationship with Cumbria, where he lived and based some of his books.
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Hugh Walpole was born in New Zealand in 1884, the son of a Bishop. He came to England when he was five years old. He was educated at King's School, Canterbury, and Emmanuel College, Cambridge. He lived in Cumbria from 1924 until his death in 1941. Hugh Walpole bought Brackenburn, overlooking Derwentwater , his 'little paradise on Catbells', in 1923. Originally a bungalow built of local Honister slate in 1909, he enlarged it and converted the upper story of the nearby garage into a library and study, which eventually housed his library of 30000 books, and his collection of paintings. The terraced garden in front of the house was designed by Walpole, who channelled a small beck to feed fountains and a pond. Literary visitors included J.B. Priestly, Sinclair Lewis, Arthur Ransome , W.H. Auden and Francis Brett Young. Walpole wrote a great deal while at Brackenburn, including his Cumberland family saga 'The Herries Chronicle' ('Rogue Herries', 'Judith Paris', 'The Fortress', and 'Vanessa'). He also wrote the 15 volumes of his diaries, which are now in the . The manuscripts of many of his novels are also in the Museum, along with work by

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Sir Hugh Seymour Walpole was an English novelist whose homosexuality was rather more furtive than Wilde's, as well it might be since Walpole as a young man was able to follow, with all England, what happened to Wilde. Hugh was born March 13, 1884 in Auckland, New Zealand. His father became the Bishop of Edinburgh in 1910, providing Hugh with experiences commemorated in his play The Cathedral (1922). Hugh served with the Russian Red Cross in the Great War resulting in material for his novels The Dark Forest The Secret City Jeremy (1919) were like many of his works inspired by his personal biography. His famous "Herries" historicals set in the Lake District beginning with Rogue Herries (1930) place him highly among authors of swashbucklers. There are Portrait of a Man with Red Hair
Above the Dark Circus: An Adventure
  • Above the Dark Tumult: An Adventure (Doubleday Doran, 1931). The London issue included a special interior edition of 200 signed copies on larger paper.
  • also in his omnibus Four Fantastic Tales (Macmillan, 1932)

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17. Uldale On The Internet - About Uldale - Hugh Walpole's Herries Chronicle
A brief guide to walpole's Herries series of four novels, whose locations were based in various parts of the Lake District, including the village of Uldale.
Uldale on the Internet Uldale, The English Lake District, Cumbria, UK You are visitor var site="sm2uldale" Return home About Uldale . . . Where is Uldale? Uldale village today The Uldale Fells Settlement history The Herries Chronicle Legend and literature Hugh Walpole's Herries Chronicle The village of Uldale figures highly in literature pertaining to the Lake District, both factual and fictional. This is especially so of that which resulted from the burgeoning guidebook industry up to and around the turn of the century. At this time it was very fashionable to tour the more unusual and lesser-know parts of the region. Tourism in the Lake District was ballooning and there was an insatiable fascination with the unusual, be it the dramatic scenery (often exaggerated in such early accounts and described using adjectives such as 'stupendous' or 'horrifying'), or the isolated villages and curiously quaint country way of life. Unfortunately, many outlying villages such as Uldale are now virtually unknown to the modern day-tripper and rarely considered worthy of a visit. It is intriguing then, that during the 1930s Uldale received much publicity as a result of the publication of a series of four novels by the noted English novelist Sir Hugh Walpole. Collectively known as the

18. Brackenburn
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Sir Hugh Walpole encapsulated so perfectly the atmosphere of Brackenburn Lodge in the above quotation. He wrote The Herries Series from this property together with many other novels. The Lodge is a classic Lakeland cottage, situated on Catbells overlooking Derwent Water .The property has some of the most impressive views in the Lake District. We have comprehensively restored the property to a high standard to give the feeling of home with luxurious comfort throughout. Our high level of repeat and annual bookings are testament to the high standards that we offer. A superb base for a family holiday in the most beautiful valley in England! There is a charming garden with water feature and a terrace for relaxing.
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walpole, hugh 18841941. (hugh walpole). Anthony Trollope walpole, hugh PublisherFreeport, NY, Books for Libraries Press 1971 ISBN 0-83695-868-3.
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