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Boothby, Guy, 1867-1905

LC control no.n 50044545
Descriptive conventionsrda
LC classificationPR4149.B957
Personal name headingBoothby, Guy, 1867-1905
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Variant(s)Būthbī, Gaʼī, 1867-1905
Boothby, Guy Newell, 1867-1905
Associated countryAustralia England
Birth date1867-10-13
Death date1905-02-26
Place of birthAdelaide (S.A.)
Place of deathBournemouth (England)
Found inLC database, Apr. 2, 2012 (hdg.: Boothby, Guy Newell, 1867-1905; usage: Guy Boothby, Gaʼī Būthbī)
Wikipedia 07-28-2015: (Guy Boothby; b. Oct 13, 1867, Adelaide, Australia; moved to London in 1894; died: Feb 26, 1905, Bournemouth, United Kingdom; a prolific Australian novelist and writer, noted for sensational fiction in variety magazines around the end of the nineteenth century.; he lived mainly in England. He is best known for such works as the Dr Nikola series about an occultist criminal mastermind who is a Victorian forerunner to Fu Manchu, and Pharos, the Egyptian; Rudyard Kipling was his friend and mentor, and his books were remembered with affection by George Orwell)