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John Galsworthy
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Born in Kingston upon Thames, Surrey
Born on 14th of August 1867
Died in Hampstead, London
Died on 31st of January 1933

Born 1867 Coombe. Died 1933 - Novelist, dramatist, essayist, and poet


English novelist and playwright, in 1906 he published The Man of Property, the first in his celebrated Forsyte Saga series, the other two being In Chancery (1920) and To Let (1921). This was followed by A Modern Comedy (1929). A prolific playwright, he wrote more than 30 plays for the London stage. He won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1932.

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