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Beerbohm, Max, Sir, 1872-1956

LC control no.n 80036711
Descriptive conventionsrda
LC classificationPR6003.E4
Personal name headingBeerbohm, Max, Sir, 1872-1956
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Variant(s)Beerbohm, Henry Maximilian, Sir, 1872-1956
Max, 1872-1956
B., H. M., 1872-1956.
See alsoFor works by this artist signed with other names, search also under: Ruth, 1872-1956 Bulbo, 1872-1956
Ruth, 1872-1956
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Bulbo, 1872-1956
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Graduate of: Charterhouse School (Godalming, England)
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Graduate of: Merton College
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Other standard no.500017622
Associated countryEngland Italy
Associated placeGodalming (England) Oxford (England)
LocatedRapallo (Italy)
Far Oakridge (England)
Birth date1872-08-24
Death date1956-05-20
Place of birthLondon (England)
Place of deathRapallo (Italy)
Field of activityEssays Caricatures and cartoons Parody Radio broadcasting
AffiliationCharterhouse School (Godalming, England)
Merton College
Profession or occupationEssayists Cartoonists Radio broadcasters
Special notePseudonyms not found on published works: Diogenes, Sulto
Found inGrove Art Online WWW site, 13 Nov. 2007 (Sir Henry Maximilian Beerbohm, b. 24 Aug. 1872; d. 20 May 1956; English caricaturist & writer; knighted in 1939)
Wikipedia, Dec. 11, 2020 (Sir Henry Maximilian "Max" Beerbohm (24 August 1872-20 May 1956) was an English essayist, parodist and caricaturist, occasional radio broadcaster; born in London; educated at Charterhouse School and Merton College, Oxford; in 1910 relocated to Rapallo, Italy; spent period of World War I in Far Oakridge, Gloucestershire; died in Rapallo, Italy)
Dictionary of literary pseudonyms in the English language (pseudonyms of Sir Max Beerbohm include Diogenes (letter to The Carthusian) and Max, Ruth, Sulto (all used in Vanity Fair))
Carmen becceriense, title caption ("H. M. B.")
Associated languageeng