Richard Harding Davis

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Richard Harding Davis.

Richard Harding Davis, nado en Filadelfia o 18 de abril de 1864 e finado en Nova York o 11 de abril de 1916, foi un novelista e xornalista norteamericano, coñecido como correspondente de guerra en conflitos como a Guerra hispano-estadounidense, a Segunda Guerra Bóer e a Primeira Guerra Mundial. Contribuíu coa súa pluma ao avance da carreira política de Theodore Roosevelt e xogou un papel destacado na evolución das revistas de prensa estadounidenses.

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  • Stories for Boys (1891)
  • Cinderella and Other Stories (1891)
  • Gallegher, and Other Stories (1891)
  • The West from a Car Window (1892)
  • Van Bibber and Others (1892)
  • The Rulers of the Mediterranean (1893)
  • The Exiles, and Other Stories (1894)
  • Our English Cousins (1894)
  • About Paris (1895)
  • The Princess Aline (1895)
  • Three Gringos in Central America and Venezuela (1896)
  • Soldiers of Fortune (1897)
  • Cuba in War Time (1897)
  • Dr. Jameson's Raiders vs. the Johannesburg Reformers (1897)
  • A Year From a Reporter's Note-Book (1898)
  • The King's Jackal (1898)
  • The Cuban & Porto Rican Campaigns (1899)
  • The Lion and the Unicorn (1899)
  • With Both Armies (1900), on the Second Boer War
  • Ranson's Folly (1902)
  • Captain Macklin: His Memoirs (1902)
  • The Bar Sinister (1903)
  • Real Soldiers of Fortune (1906)
  • The Congo and coasts of Africa (1907)
  • The Scarlet Car (1906)
  • Vera, the Medium (1908)
  • The White Mice (1909)
  • Once Upon A Time (1910)
  • Notes of a War Correspondent (1910)
  • The Lost Road and Other Stories (1913)
  • Peace Manoeuvres; a Play in One Act (1914)
  • The Boy Scout (1914)
  • With the Allies (1914)
  • With the French in France and Salonika (1916)
  • The Man Who Could Not Lose (1916)

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