W. Somerset Maugham

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English writer (born in France) of novels and short stories (1874-1965)

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Writers Somerset Maughan and Lewis Carroll, the creator of Alice in Wonderland also stuttered.
Mas alla del mas alla", de Somerset Maughan, presenta la confesion que le hace Tom Saffary a George Moon.
His collection of short stories, Tomato Cain, won the Somerset Maughan Award in 1950.
Somerset Maughan, however, recounts a visit to a distinguished academic.
Somerset Maughan said: "The only thing that matters is the everlasting present.
The famous story from the latter is the appearance on the set by Somerset Maughan who watched Tracy doing his best before asking, ``Which one is he now?
Chandler was being hailed as an original and innovative voice by weighty members of the literary establishment including Stephen Spender, Somerset Maughan, and W H Auden.
He did not publish his first collection until 1998 when The Boy From the Chemist is Here To See You was short- listed for the Whitbread Poetry Award, won a Forward Prize and a Somerset Maughan Award.
Kneale previously won the Somerset Maughan Award for Whore Banquets in 1987 and the 1992 John Llewellyn Rhys Prize for Sweet Thames.
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