Carlton Dawe, né le 30 juillet 1865 à Adélaïde, en Australie, et mort le 30 mai 1935 à Londres, est un poète, dramaturge et auteur australien de littérature populaire. Ses premiers recueils de poésie et son premier roman sont signés William Dawe.↑ Certaines sources donnent Bristol au lieu de Londres comme lieu de son décès.

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  • Carlton Dawe, né le 30 juillet 1865 à Adélaïde, en Australie, et mort le 30 mai 1935 à Londres, est un poète, dramaturge et auteur australien de littérature populaire. Ses premiers recueils de poésie et son premier roman sont signés William Dawe.
  • William Carlton Lanyon Dawe, generally known as Carlton Dawe (30 July 1865 – 30 May 1935), was a prolific Australian author of over seventy-seven books including romance, mystery and crime.Dawe was born in Adelaide and came from an old Cornish family. Dawe came to Melbourne with his parents around 1880, and in 1885 published in London Sydonia and other Poems. In 1886 Love and the World and other Poems was published in Melbourne. Although these poems were possibly a little better than average, they did not suggest any particular promise. In the same year he published in Melbourne his first attempt at fiction, Zantha, and in 1889 another volume of poetry, Sketches in Verse, was published in London. The Golden Lake (1891) has been described as a Lemurian novel and is an adventure story based on the search for a cave of gold in Australia, and The Emu's Head (1893) is about the violent Australian gold mines.Dawe was all his life a traveller, going round the world more than once and lived for a time in Asia, before settling permanently in England from 1892. His work often examined the difficulties of white man's difficulties in settlement of the Far East, and his earlier short stories anticipate Joseph Conrad and Somerset Maugham. Yellow and White (1895) and Kakemonos (1897), are collections of short stories and notes along this line and gave straightforward accounts of interracial sex ("the love of the white for the yellow"). Yellow Man (1900) is a thriller involving Chinese secret societies. The Emu's Head (1893) is about the violent Australian gold mines.Dawe wrote a few plays; The Black Spider was produced in London in 1927. He also had two plays filmed, The Black Spider (US: Foolish Monte Carlo) in 1920 and The Shadow of Evil in 1921.Dawe died in London in 1935.
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  • Carlton Dawe, né le 30 juillet 1865 à Adélaïde, en Australie, et mort le 30 mai 1935 à Londres, est un poète, dramaturge et auteur australien de littérature populaire. Ses premiers recueils de poésie et son premier roman sont signés William Dawe.↑ Certaines sources donnent Bristol au lieu de Londres comme lieu de son décès.
  • William Carlton Lanyon Dawe, generally known as Carlton Dawe (30 July 1865 – 30 May 1935), was a prolific Australian author of over seventy-seven books including romance, mystery and crime.Dawe was born in Adelaide and came from an old Cornish family. Dawe came to Melbourne with his parents around 1880, and in 1885 published in London Sydonia and other Poems. In 1886 Love and the World and other Poems was published in Melbourne.
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