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Charles Kennett Burrow
(1868–1931)
British novelist and poet, born in Brazil

WorksEdit

NovelsEdit

  • The Fire of Life; a novel (1898)
  • The Lifted Shadow (1899)
  • Patricia of the Hills: a novel (1902) (external scan)
  • The Yeoman (1904) London: John Lane
  • Carmina varia. (1911) (external scan)
  • Tony Heron (1918)
  • The Way of the Wind

Short storiesEdit

  • Asteck's Madonna: and other stories (1896)
  • "Pierre Gascon" in The Yellow Book, 5 (1895), pp. 121−129
  • Father David’s Prescription in "The Ludgate", September 1897
  • A Question of Right of Way in "Pearson’s Magazine", February, 1898
  • The Golden Circlet. A Complete Story. in The Harmsworth Monthly Pictorial Magazine" 1 (1898/99): pp. 11-16.
  • His Lordship and Miss O’Callaghan in "The Harmsworth Monthly Pictorial Magazine", 1 (1898/99): pp. 203-211.
  • My Destiny in "The Harmsworth Monthly Pictorial Magazine" 1 (1898/99): pp. 347-355.
  • An Unusual Episode in "Phil May’s Annual", No. 9, Winter (December) 1898.
  • Dunbar’s First Lesson in "The Windsor Magazine", v. 10 Issue 1, June 1899.
  • On a Haystack in "The Windsor Magazine", v. 10 Issue 2, July 1899.
  • The Shroud in "The Butterfly", July, 1899
  • A Change of Clothes in "Longman’s Magazine", August, 1899
  • A Worthy Highwayman in "The Pall Mall Magazine", v. 19, Issue 77, September 1899, pp:57-67.
  • Mrs Treleaven’s Advice in "The Lady's Realm", '7 (1899/1900) pp:311-315.
  • Mrs. Medway’s Folly in "The Windsor Magazine", v. 11 Issue 3, February 1900.
  • The Knocking at the Door in "The Pall Mall Magazine", 21, May, 1900, pp:65-76.
  • Concerning a Boy in "Cassell’s Magazine", July, 1900
  • Friendship in "The Wave", December 8, 1900
  • Pollinet’s Pianist in "Pearson’s Magazine", March, 1901
  • The Luck O’ Painton in "Pearson’s Magazine", Vol. XI, No. 66, June, 1901
  • The Queen of Penwinnoc in "Temple Bar", June, 1901
  • Concerning One Volunteer in "The Lady's Realm", '10 1901, pp. 327-331.
  • The Snuff-Box in "The Strand Magazine", v.27, Issue 162, July 1904.
  • The Three Imps in "The Novel Magazine", November, 1905
  • Julie and the Impresario: The Story of a Young Man’s Adventures near Trouville in "Cassell’s Magazine", August, 1909
  • The Gem Perilous in "The Windsor Magazine", April, 1912
  • The Café de la Paix in "Reedy’s Mirror", September 21, 1917
  • Two Moments (ar) "To-Day", May 1919
  • Jeff’s Orchard in "John o’ London’s Weekly", v. 8, Issue 196, January 6, 1923.
  • Mrs. Cauldwell in "John o’ London’s Weekly", v. 8, Issue 204, March 3, 1923.
  • The Harbor Partners in "Temple Bar"

PoetryEdit

  • "Wheel and Stream" in The Pall Mall Magazine v.16, Issue 66, October 1898
  • "A Ballad of Love" in Pearson’s Magazine v.6, Issue 36, December 1898.
  • "O the Lash of the Rain!" in The Pall Mall Magazine, v.17, Issue 72, April 1899.
  • "London Dead, and Other Verses." (1908) London: Alston Rivers
  • "Searchlights" in To-Day v.3, Issue 15, May 1918.
  • "Poems in time of war, in time of peace" (1919)

As editorEdit


 

Some or all works by this author are in the public domain in the United States because they were published before January 1, 1924.


The author died in 1921, so works by this author are also in the public domain in countries and areas where the copyright term is the author's life plus 80 years or less. Works by this author may also be in the public domain in countries and areas with longer native copyright terms that apply the rule of the shorter term to foreign works.