Alex Atkinson (1916 – 1962) was an English journalist, novelist and playwright who is best remembered for his collaborative works with the illustrator Ronald Searle.
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... control VIAF 47282297 Persondata Name Atkinson, Alex Alternative names Short description Date of birth 1916 Place of birth Date of death 1962 Place of death ...
... The Big City or the New Mayhew, 1958 (with Alex Atkinson) The Dog's Ear Book, 1958 (with Geoffrey Willans) USA for Beginners, 1959 (with Alex Atkinson) Anger of Achilles Homer's Iliad ...
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“My smiling child
Named for a noble ancestor
Great hunter or warrior
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Which will give your papa pride
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