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by E. C. Bentley,Edmund Clerihew Bentley,Ookubo Yasuo

eBook Trent's Last Chance [In Japanese Language] download ISBN: 4488114016
Author: E. C. Bentley,Edmund Clerihew Bentley,Ookubo Yasuo
Publisher: Hazime Hazime, Tokyo (1993)
Language: Japanese
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There was also a book of Trent short stories, Trent Intervenes

C. Bentley (10 July 1875 – 30 March 1956) was a popular English novelist and humorist of the early twentieth century, and the inventor of the clerihew, an irregular form of humorous verse on biogra. Born in London, and educated at St Paul's School and Merton College, Oxford, Bentley worked as a journalist on several newspapers, including the Daily Telegraph. His first published collection of poetry, titled Biography for Beginners (1905), popularized the clerihew form; it was followed by two other collections, in 1929 and 1939. There was also a book of Trent short stories, Trent Intervenes. Several of his books were reprinted in the early 2000s by House of Stratus.

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Edmund Clerihew) Bentley. Between what matters and what seems to matter, how should the world weknow judge wisely? When the scheming, indomitable brain of Sigsbee Manderson was scatteredby a shot from an unknown hand, that world lost nothing worth a singletear; it gained something memorable in a harsh reminder of the vanityof such wealth as this dead man had piled up-without making one loyalfriend to mourn him, without doing an act that could help his memory tothe least.

Edmund Clerihew Bentley-whose last book was a ‘shocker’ called Elephant’s Work, published in 1950-bears a heavy responsibility for the course taken by the detective story during what has surely proved its period of greatest glory

Edmund Clerihew Bentley-whose last book was a ‘shocker’ called Elephant’s Work, published in 1950-bears a heavy responsibility for the course taken by the detective story during what has surely proved its period of greatest glory.

Edmund Clerihew Bentley. Trent's Last Case audiobook - part 2. Transcription. a b Bentley, E. Clerihew (1905). E. Bentley (full name Edmund Clerihew Bentley; 10 July 1875 – 30 March 1956) was a popular English novelist and humorist of the early twentieth century, and the inventor of the clerihew, an irregular form of humorous verse on biographical topics. One of the best known is this (1905): Sir Christopher Wren. His father, John Edmund Bentley, was professionally a civil servant but was also a rugby union international having played in the first ever international match for England against Scotland in 1871.

Clerihew - Edmund Clerihew Bentley () was a British journalist who became a detective fiction writer; his best known novel was Trent s Last Case. But Bentley was immortalized not by his novels, but by his humorous quatrains about a person o. Dictionary of eponyms.

Born in London in 1875, Edmund Clerihew Bentley was a well-known .

Born in London in 1875, Edmund Clerihew Bentley was a well-known writer and wit who is now best remembered for creating a new verse form called the Clerihew. His father was not only a respected civil servant but also played for England against Scotland in one of the first international rugby matches. The book was made into a film several times and prompted Bentley some years later to write a sequel called Trent’s Own Case.

C. Bentley (full name Edmund Clerihew Bentley; 10 July 1875 – 30 March 1956) was a popular English novelist and humorist of the early twentieth century, and the inventor of the clerihew, an irregular form of humorous verse on biographical topics

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