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Hear the Lions Roar, Stokes, Sewell

Author Name    Stokes, Sewell

Title   Hear the Lions Roar

Publisher   London Harold Shaylor 1931

Seller ID   000559

(Reports of interviews with Bernard Shaw, A.A. Milne, Galsworthy, Alfred Hitchcock, Anita Loos, Aldous Huxley, Laura Knight etc). small 8vo, pp 336, cloth backed boards, a little dull and rubbed, lacking front endpaper, spine slightly marked. [Francis Martin Sewell Stokes (16 November 1902 London - 2 November 1979 London) was an English novelist, biographer, playwright, screenwriter, broadcaster and prison visitor. He collaborated on a number of occasions with his brother, Leslie Stokes, an actor and later in life a BBC radio producer, with whom he shared a flat for many years overlooking the British Museum. It was here that Sewell Stokes did much of his writing in the Reading Room, used by so many distinguished writers over the years.]

NOEL COWARD. ANITA LOOS. BERNARD SHAW. ALFRED HITCHCOCK. RADCLYFFE HALL. LITERARY CRITICISM. VF59.

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