Caine, Hall

(b. 1853)
   Novelist
   Shadow of a Crime (1885), Son of Hagar (1886), The Deemster (1887), The Bondman (1890), The Scapegoat (1891), The Manxman (1894), The Christian (1897), The Eternal City (1901), The Prodigal Son (1904), several of which have been dramatised. Has also written books on Rossetti and Coleridge.

Short biographical dictionary of English literature . . 2011.

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  • Hall Caine — Infobox Writer name = Hall Caine imagesize = 200px caption = From a portrait by R E Morrison birth name = Thomas Henry Hall Caine birthdate = birth date|1853|5|14|mf=y birthplace = Runcorn, Cheshire, England deathdate = death date and… …   Wikipedia

  • Caine — bezeichnet: einen Fluss in Bolivien, siehe Río Caine eine Heftromanserie seit 2001, siehe Caine (Heftroman) Der dunkle Prophet eine Hörspielserie von Lausch – Phantastische Hörspiele, siehe Caine (Hörspiel) den fiktiven Minensuchzerstörer U.S.S.… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Caine Road — is a main road connecting Bonham Road in the west, , at the junction with Hospital Road and Seymour Road. Arbuthnot Road and Upper Albert Rd. in the east, at the junction with Arbuthnot Road, Upper Albert Rd. and GlenealyThe following landmarks… …   Wikipedia

  • Caine — (spr. kĕn), Thomas Henry Hall, gewöhnlich nur Hall C. genannt, engl. Schriftsteller, geb. 14. Maj 1853 in Runcorn (Cheshire), stammt von Vaters Seite von der Insel Man, die er in Vorträgen und dem anziehenden Buche »The little Manx nation« (1891) …   Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon

  • Hall Caine Airport — was the first airfield on the Isle of Man and was located near Ramsey. It was used in World War I by the Royal Air Force. From 1935 to 1937 it handled some domestic scheduled passenger flights to English and Scottish airports. After World War II… …   Wikipedia

  • Caine —   [keɪn],    1) Michael, eigtl.eigentlich Maurice Joseph Micklewhite [ mɪklwaɪt], britischer Schauspieler, * London 14. 3. 1933; zunächst Regisseur und Schauspieler am Theater; seit 1956 Film und Fernsehrollen, bekannt als Darsteller in Kriegs… …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Caine — (spr. kehn), Thomas Henry Hall, engl. Romanschriftsteller, geb. 14. Mai 1853 in Runcorn, lebt auf der Insel Man; schrieb: »The Deemster«, »The scapegoat«, »The eternal city« u.a. – Vgl. Kenyon (1901) …   Kleines Konversations-Lexikon

  • Caine — For similar words and other spellings, see Cane (disambiguation). Caine is a variant spelling of Cain, the eldest son of Adam and Eve in Abrahamic religions.Caine may also refer to: * The Caine Prize for African Writing * La Caine, a commune in… …   Wikipedia

  • Caine, Sir Hall — ▪ British novelist in full  Sir Thomas Henry Hall Caine   born May 14, 1853, Runcorn, Cheshire, Eng. died Aug. 31, 1931, Isle of Man  British writer known for his popular novels combining sentiment, moral fervour, skillfully suggested local… …   Universalium

  • Caine — biographical name Sir (Thomas Henry) Hall 1853 1931 English novelist …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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