Lancaster, G. B., 1874-1945

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Edith Joan Lyttleton of Campbell Town, Tasmania, wrote under the pen name G. B. Lancaster. Her work is variously set in New Zealand (where she spent her childhood), England, Canada, and Australia. Among her works are a collection of short stories, Sons of man (1904), and the novels Jim of the range (1910), Pageant (1933), Promenade (1938), and Grand parade (1943).

From the description of Edith J. Lyttleton letters to Paul A.W. Wallace, 1918- 1943. (Pennsylvania State University Libraries). WorldCat record id: 33928902

Edith Joan Lyttleton used the penname G.B. Lancaster. See Frederick de la Mare, G.B. Lancaster. 1945. (Bagnall D226).

From the description of Letter to Dame Mary Gilmore. 1928. (National Library of New Zealand - Wellington Service Centre). WorldCat record id: 228148468

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associatedWith Franklin, Miles, 1879-1954. person
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correspondedWith Roderick, Colin, 1911-2000. person
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Australian literature
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Women authors, Australian
Women authors, New Zealand


Birth 1874

Death 1945



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SNAC ID: 18143810