J I M Stewart
Born on 30th of September 1906
Died on 12th of November 1994
Born 1906. Died 1994 - Scottish novelist and critic.
Pseudonym – Michael Innes. Educated at Oriel College, Oxford. Best known for his Pattullo sequence, set in Oxford academia. Novels include A Use of Riches (1957) and The Last Tresilians (1963). Wrote thrillers as Michael Innes including Lament for a Maker (1938) and The Journeying Boy (1949). Wrote works on Rudyard Kipling, Thomas Hardy, James Joyce and Joseph Conrad under his own name.
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