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Hall Caine (1853–1931)


Novelist and dramatist Hall Caine, though largely forgotten now, was a hugely popular writer in the late Victorian and Edwardian eras. Born Thomas Henry Hall Caine on May 14, 1853, in Runcorn, Cheshire, England, his father was a Manx Man who moved to Liverpool, where he apprenticed as a ship's smith. After Hall's birth (he hated the name Thomas and... See full bio »

Died:

(age 78) in Isle of Man, UK

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Known For

(1923)
Name the Man! Writer
(1924)
Barbed Wire Writer
(1927)
(1915)

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 1929 The Manxman (novel - as Sir Hall Caine)
 1929 The Bondman (novel)
 1927 Barbed Wire (based on novel: "The Woman of Knockaloe")
 1924 Name the Man! (novel "The Master of Man; the Story of a Sin")
 1923 The Eternal City (from the story by - as Sir Hall Crane)
 1923 The Prodigal Son (novel)
 1923 The Christian (novel - play)
 1919 Darby and Joan (writer)
 1919 A tékozló fiú (novel - The Prodigal Son)
 1919 The Woman Thou Gavest Me (novel)
 1918 Victory and Peace (writer)
 1917 The Red Samson (novel)
 1917 The Deemster (novel)
 1916 The Manxman (novel)
 1916 The Bondman (novel)
 1915 The Christian (novel)
 1915 The Eternal City (novel - play)
 1914 The Christian (novel - play)
 1911 The Christian (Short) (play)
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Personal Details

Other Works:

Novel: "A Son of Hagar". See more »

Publicity Listings:

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Alternate Names:

Sir Hall Caine | Sir Hall Crane

Spouse:

Mary Chandler  (his death)  (2 children)
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Trivia:

He allegedly declined the honor of Baronetcy (the lowest of hereditary honors and one which did not confer a peerage) in the 1918 King's New Year's Honours List but he accepted the lesser honor of Knight Bachelor of the Order of the British Empire. See more »

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