Item 0016 - Letter, from F. Britten Austin

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Letter, from F. Britten Austin

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  • 30 May 1916 (Creation)
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    Austin, F. Britten

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7 p.

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(1885-1941)

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Frederick Britten Austin was a writer who was particularly interested in the theme of war and served in the Great War as a captain. His first novel was The Shaping of Lavinia (1911), which was about the marriage of a young woman. But one of his main interests was warfare: the first of the books on this theme was In Action: Studies of War in 1913. Austin also wrote a number of collections of short stories on a particular theme, which range from the prehistoric past to the present today.

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Item is a handwritten letter signed by the hand of the author.

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  • English

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  • Folder: 2110, Box 2, File 15, Item 16