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Warwick Deeping
(1877–1950)
Prolific English novelist and short story writer whose novels often dealt with controversial issues; his best known novel was Sorrell and Son (1925).
Warwick Deeping

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  • Apples of Gold (1923)
  • Suvla John (1924)
  • Sorrell and Son (1925)
  • Doomsday (1927)
  • Kitty (1927)
  • Old Pybus (1928)
  • Roper's Row (1929)
  • Exiles (1930)
  • The Short Stories of Warwick Deeping (1930)
  • The Road (1931)
  • The Secret Sanctuary or The Saving of John Stretton (1931)
  • Old Wine and New (1932)
  • Smith (1932)
  • Two Black Sheep (1933)
  • Seven Men Came Back (1934)
  • Sackcloth Into Silk (1935)
  • No Hero—This (1936)
  • Blind Man's Year (1937)
  • The Malice of Men (1938)
  • Fantasia (1939)
  • The Man Who Went Back (1940)
  • Corn in Egypt (1941)
  • The Dark House (1941)
  • I Live Again (1942)
  • The Impudence of Youth (1945)
  • Reprieve (1945)
  • Laughing House (1946)
  • Portrait of a Playboy (1947)
  • Man in Chains (1953), published posthumously
  • The Old World Dies (1954)
  • Caroline Terrace (1955)
  • The Sword and the Cross (1957)

Individual short storiesEdit


 

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 1950, 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 60 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.