Henry De Vere Stacpoole

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Henry De Vere Stacpoole
Tyler De Saix
Data i miejsce urodzenia 9 kwietnia 1863
Kingstown
Data i miejsce śmierci 12 kwietnia 1951
Isle of Wight

Henry De Vere Stacpoole (ps. Tyler De Saix, ur. 1863 w , zm. 1951) – irlandzki pisarz.

Był lekarzem okrętowym przez ponad 40 lat, znał bardzo dobrze wyspy południowego Pacyfiku, które często szczegółowo opisywał w swoich książkach. W latach 20. XX wieku przeniósł się na Isle of Wight, gdzie zmarł. Jego powieści Błękitna laguna trzykrotnie adaptowano na film.

Książki[edytuj | edytuj kod]

  • The Intended: A Novel (1894)
  • Pierrot! A Story (novel) (1895)
  • Death, the Knight, and the Lady: A Ghost Story (novel) (1897)
  • The Doctor: A Study from Life (novel) (1899)
  • The Rapin (novel) (1899), republished as Toto: A Parisian Sketch (1910)
  • Feyshad (short children's story) (unknown), included in Poppyland (1914)
  • The Little Prince (children's story) (unknown), included in Poppyland (1914)
  • Pierrette (children's stories) (1900), republished as Poppyland (1914)
  • The Story of Abdul and Hafiz (short children's story) (unknown), included in Poppyland (1914)
  • The Bourgeois (1901)
  • The Lady-Killer (1902)
  • Fanny Lambert: A Novel (1906)
  • The Golden Astrolabe, co-authored by W. A. Bryce (1906)
  • The Meddler: A Novel of Sorts, co-authored by W. A. Bryce (1907)
  • The Crimson Azaleas: A Novel (1908)
  • The Blue Lagoon (novel) (1908)
  • The Cottage on the Fells (novel) (1908), republished as Murder on the Fell (1937)
  • Patsy: A Story (novel) (1908)
  • The Reavers: A Tale of Wild Adventure on the Moors of Lorne, co-authored by W. A. Bryce (1908)
  • The Man Without a Head, under the pseudonym Tyler De Saix (1908)
  • The Vulture's Prey, under the pseudonym Tyler De Saix (1908)
  • Garryowen: The Romance of a Race-Horse (novel) (1909)
  • The Pools of Silence (novel) (1909)
  • The Drums of War (1910)
  • Poems and Ballads (collection) (1910)
  • The Cruise of the King Fisher: A Tale of Deep-Sea Adventure (1910)
  • The Ship of Coral: A Tropical Romance (1911)
  • The Order of Release (1912)
  • The Street of the Flute-Player: A Romance (novel) (1912)
  • Molly Beamish (1913)
  • Bird Cay (1913)
  • The Children of the Sea: A Romance (1913)
  • The Poems of Francois Villon (translations) (1914)
  • Father O'Flynn (1914)
  • The New Optimism (1914)
  • Monsieur de Rochefort: A Romance of Old Paris (1914), published in the U.S. as The Presentation (1914)
  • The Blue Horizon: Romance from the Tropics and the Sea (1915)
  • The North Sea and Other Poems (1915)
  • The Pearl Fishers (1915)
  • The Red Day (fictional diary) (1915)
  • The Reef of Stars: A Romance of the Tropics (1916), published in the U.S. as The Gold Trail" (1916)
  • Corporal Jacques of the Foreign Legion (1916)
  • Francois Villon: His Life and Times, 1431-1463 (literary biography) (1916)
  • In Blue Waters (1917)
  • Sea Plunder (1917)
  • The Starlit Garden: A Romance of the South (1917), published in the U.S. as The Ghost Girl (1918)
  • The Willow Tree: The Romance of a Japanese Garden (1918)
  • The Man Who Lost Himself (novel) (1918)
  • The Beach of Dreams: A Story of the True World (1919)
  • Under Blue Skies (1919)
  • Sappho: A New Rendering (translations) (1920)
  • A Man of the Islands (1920)
  • Uncle Simon, co-authored by Margaret Stacpoole (1920), published in the U.S. as The Man Who Found Himself (1920)
  • Satan: A Story of the Sea King's Country (1921)
  • Men, Women, and Beasts (1922)
  • Vanderdecken: The Story of a Man (1922)
  • The Garden of God (1923) (sequel to The Blue Lagoon)
  • Golden Ballast (1924)
  • Ocean Tramps (1924)
  • The House of Crimson Shadows: A Romance (1925)
  • The Gates of Morning (1925) (sequel to The Garden of God)
  • The City in the Sea (1925)
  • Stories East and West: Tales of Men and Women (1926)
  • The Mystery of Uncle Bollard (1927)
  • Goblin Market: A Romance (novel) (1927)
  • Tropic Love (1928)
  • Roxanne (1928), published in the U.S. as The Return of Spring (1928)
  • Eileen of the Trees (1929)
  • The Girl of the Golden Reef: A Romance of the Blue Lagoon (1929)
  • The Tales of Mynheer Amayat (1930)
  • The Chank Shell: A Tropical Romance of Love and Treasure (1930), published in the U.S. as The Island of Lost Women (1930)
  • Pacific Gold (1931)
  • Love on the Adriatic (1932)
  • The Lost Caravan (1932)
  • Mandarin Gardens (1933)
  • The Naked Soul: The Story of a Modern Knight (1933)
  • The Blue Lagoon Omnibus (1933)
  • The Vengeance of Mynheer Van Lok and Other Stories (1934)
  • The Longshore Girl: A Romance (novel) (1935)
  • Green Coral (a collection of stories) (1935)
  • The Sunstone (1936)
  • In a Bonchurch Garden: Poems and Translations (1937)
  • Ginger Adams (1937)
  • High-Yaller (1938)
  • Old Sailors Never Lie and Other Tales of Land and Sea by One of Them (1938)
  • Due East of Friday (1939)
  • An American at Oxford (1941)
  • Men and Mice, 1863-1942 (autobiography) (1942)
  • Oxford Goes to War: A Novel (1943)
  • More Men and Mice (autobiography) (1945)
  • Harley Street: A Novel (1946)
  • The Story of My Village (novel) (1947)
  • The Land of Little Horses. A Story (novel) (1949)
  • The Man in Armour (novel) (1949)

Bibliografia[edytuj | edytuj kod]

  • E. A. Malone, "H. de Vere Stacpoole," Dictionary of Literary Biography, Volume 153: Late-Victorian and Edwardian British Novelists, First Series, edited by G. M. Johnson, Detroit: Gale, 1995, pp. 278–287.
  • R. F. Hardin, "The Man Who Wrote The Blue Lagoon: Stacpoole's Pastoral Center," English Literature in Transition (1880-1920), vol. 39, no. 2, 1996, pp. 205–20.
  • C. Deméocq, "Henry de Vere Stacpoole aux Kerguelen," Carnets de l'Exotisme, vol. 17-18, 1996, pp. 151–52.